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Classical Conditioning. Chapter 3 Continued Powell, Symbaluk, and MacDonald. Respondent Behavior: Conditioning. I.Classical (Pavlovian, respondent) conditioning A.Basic Procedures B.Terminology 1.Conditional reflexes a)Neutral stimulus (NS, orienting response)

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Classical conditioning

Classical Conditioning

Chapter 3 Continued

Powell, Symbaluk, and MacDonald


Respondent behavior conditioning
Respondent Behavior: Conditioning

I.Classical (Pavlovian, respondent) conditioning

A.Basic Procedures

B.Terminology

1.Conditional reflexes

a)Neutral stimulus (NS, orienting response)

b)Conditional stimulus (CS)

c)Conditional response (CR)

2.Unconditional reflexes

a)Unconditional stimulus (US)

b)Unconditional response (UR)


Respondent behavior conditioning1
Respondent Behavior: Conditioning

I.Basics of classical conditioning (continued)

C.Common Preparations

1.Skin conductance (GSR or EDR)

2.Taste aversion

3.Eyeblink


Respondent behavior conditioning2
Respondent Behavior: Conditioning

II. Type of US

A. Appetitive conditioning

B. Aversive conditioning

1. Conditioned Emotional Response (Video)

2. Suppression ratio


Respondent behavior conditioning3
Respondent Behavior: Conditioning

III. Types of conditioning

A. Simultaneous

B. Trace

C. Delay

D. Temporal

E. Backward


Respondent behavior conditioning4
Respondent Behavior: Conditioning

IV.How does it happen?

A.Temporal contiguity

B.Stimulus-stimulus contingency (correlation)

1.P(US|CS)

2.P(US|no CS)

3.If contingency (correlation )

a.positive, CS excitatory

b.negative, CS inhibitory

c.zero, CS neutral


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