PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Enuresis, Relaxation Technique, Alcoholism
Chapter 3: respondent (classical, pavlovian) conditioning of reflexive. Respondent behaviours behaviors elicited by prior stimuli and are not affected by their consequences; influenced by respondent conditioning which is based on unconditioned reflexes. Unconditioned reflex stimuli-response relationship in which a stimulus automatically elicits a response without any prior learning. Respondent conditioning (pavlovian conditioning or classical conditioning; principle) if ns is followed closely in. Response elicited by us time by an us that elicits an ur, then the previous ns will also elicit the response in the future. Conditioned reflex stimuli-response relationship in which a stimulus elicits a response because of prior respondent conditioning. Originally neutral stimulus, now eliciting response b/c of pairing with stimulus that elicits that response. Cs precedes us by sec and cs precedes rather than follows us (no bwds conditioning); cs then us. In case of many ns"s, stimulus most consistently associated w/ us is strongest cs. ** conditioned taste aversion is exception to first 2 factors.