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Chapter 5 / Exercise 5.4
Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach
Barlow/Durand
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42. You are watching a suspenseful movie. As the lead character enters into a dark cave you have a natural feeling of fear about the scary situation. In the context of classical conditioning, the stimulus and your response to it are ________________. Page 203 ------ unconditioned stimulus 43. You are watching a World War II movie. Early in the film you hear music but do not notice it very much. But now you realize that it seems to come on just before something bad happens. As American soldiers walk cautiously down a dirt road surrounded by hedge brushes you begin to hear the same music and begin to feel tense. The music that you hear is an example of a ___________ stimulus and the tense
44. T: acquisition, Page 203 ---- The gradual formation of an association between conditioned and unconditioned stimuli.
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45. In classical conditioning in order for acquisition (conditioned response) to occur the __________ stimulus is presented first then secondly the ___________ stimulus is presented. Page 203-204 ----
46. Christopher used to drink water from a drinking fountain just before physics class. One time, he felt nauseated right after drinking the water. After that, to avoid the risk of nausea, he stopped drinking at the fountain. Christopher learned the connection between the water fountain and feeling nauseated because he experienced ______________. Page 203 ---- acquisition 47. Fluffy is the Smith's pet cat. Fluffy has learned through classical conditioning that if she hears her owner open the food box then the food bowel will be reloaded. However if the kitty's owner opens the food box several times but does not fill her bowel then Fluffy learns that this sound is no longer a predictor of food. This vignette demonstrates the process of ______________. Page 204 ---- extinction 48. T: extinction, Page 204 ---- A process in which the conditioned response is weakened when the conditioned stimulus is repeated without the unconditioned stimulus. 49. If extinction (within the context of classical conditioning) reduces the strength of the associative bond does it completely eliminate the bond? Note: the answer to this question is either yes or no.Page 205- NO 50. T: spontaneous recovery, Page 205 ---- A process in which a previously extinguished response reemerges after the conditioned stimulus is presented again. 51. T: stimulus generalization, Page 205 ----- Learning that occurs when stimuli that are similar but not identical to the conditioned stimulus produce the conditioned response.

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