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Lecture 8

PSYC*2330 Lecture 8

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 2330
Professor
Francesco Leri
Semester
Winter

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Thursday Feb 2 2012PSYC2330 Lecture 8Some Problems with the RescorlaWagner Model1Exclusive focus on the surprisingness of the USNicholas Mackintosh ModelThe Mackintosh ModelJohn PearceGeoffrey HallThe PearceHall ModelIt is important to consider how the salience of the CS a changes during conditioningmust consider how the salience value importance of the CS also changes during conditioning not only the US2The conclusion that extinction destroys the original learningSpontaneous Recovery the reappearance of a CR to a CS after a period of time following the last extinction trial Pavlovspontaneous recovered response to the CS after extinctionRenewal the reappearance of a CR to a CS due to return to the training environment instead of the environment used during extinctionacquisition a and extinction b happen in different contexts after extinction you do a test in context a and context b in context a we get a full blown responseduring the extinction period youre not eliminating associationexample an alcoholic always drinks in their house context a and then you go to rehab context b and you dont drink cured and then you leave context b and go back h
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