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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 2230
Professor
Frank Marchese
Semester
Summer

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rdPSYC2230A Lecture June 3 2014 CHAPTER 5 CONDITIONING LEARNING AND MOTIVATION I Learning Several types of learning influence the development of motives Motivated behaviours are acquired directed by learning A Pavlovian or Respondent conditioning A procedure whereby formerly neutral stimuli gain control over behaviour Through a paring procedure of Conditioned Stimulus CS and Unconditioned Stimulus UCS the CS motivates the organism to respond in a manner similar to the way it responds to the UCS Thus the CS motivates the organism to respond where previous to conditioning the CS had no effect on the organisms behaviour 1 The motivating properties of the CS are acquired by association with the UCS 2 Previously neutral stimuli acquire motivational and emotional significance 3 The association that is established between the CS and the UCS is called a stimulusstimulus association or SS association a Neutral Stimulus NSNo Response b Unconditioned Stimulus UCSUCR c Pairing NS and UCSYes Response NS AloneYes Response CS NS became a CSCR d CS activates the UCS process which is connected to a response a CSUCSRe
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