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PSYC 2330 Study Guide - Conditioned Taste Aversion, Aplysia, Classical Conditioning

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PSYC 2330
Francesco Leri

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PSYCH Principles of Learning Review
1. taste aversion learning is most likely to occur with a food or beverage that
has ________ features.
a) Novel CS to become a good CS has to be noticeable
b) familiar
c) changing taste aversion is apart of classical conditioning therefore
d) stable means not much in this situation
e) all of the above wrong
2. According to Hull, S-R associations become stronger as a function of how often
they are followed by:
a) stimuli that have weak incentive calue
b) stiuli that produce a drive
c) stimuli that satisfy a need and reduce a drive two aspects particular to
hull model (when you experience satisfaction you increase the strength
of the response)
d) stimuli that are unexpected
e) novel stimuli
SS-classical conditioning
SR-operant conditioning
homeostasis drive reduction: Hull model
3. Experimients performed in the Aplysia have demonstrated that habituation
is caused by:
a) increase in withdrawal reflecive reactions
b) reduction of interest in the task
c) reduction of pool of synaptic vesicles
d) reduction of pool of synaptic extracellular potassium
e) increase in intracellular sodium
4. A conditioned inhibitor (CS-): (lecture 5)
a) has no predictive value predited that the US would follow the CS
b) would be slower to condition to a US
c) predicts an inhibitory US (US-), no such thing whether it kills you or
makes you happy
d) enhances acquisition of a conditioned excitor (CS+)
e) has no motivational value all stimulus have motivational value
can a US be an inhibitor? NO not c
in blocking you can only not learn about a stimulus only lose learning no negative
sign to a number
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