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9/28 1. Delayed conditioning (forward) a. The CS is presented before the UCS and it (CS) stays on until the UCS is presented b. This is generally the best, especially when the delay is short c. Example i. A bell begins to ring and continues to ring until food is presented 2. Race conditioning a. Discrete event is presented, then the UCS occurs b. Shorter the interval the better, but this approach is not very effective c. Example i. a bell begins ringing and ends just before the food is presented 3. Simultaneous conditioning a. CS and UCS presented together b. Not very good c. Example i. The bell begins to ring at the same time the food is presented. ii. Both begin, continue, and end at the same time 4. Backward conditioning a. UCS occurs before CS b. Example i. The food is presented, then the bell rings. This is not really effective 5. Stimulus Discrimination a. Learning to respond to one stimulus and not another b. An organisms becomes conditioned to respond to a specific stimulus and
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