PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Conditioned Taste Aversion, Operant Conditioning Chamber, Classical Conditioning

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Enduring change in behavior or knowledge due to experience. Movement of short -> long term memory. Orienting response - automatic attention shift towards new stimulus. Habituation - sensory process where organisms adapt to constant stimulation. Neither are learning b/c each disappear w/ slight change to stimulus. Associative learning > behavior more likely b/c linked w/ certain events. Spontaneous replay & consolidation of daily events during sleep. Dogs salivating when person who brings in food (positive stimulus) enters room. Ivan frustrated, but decided to study this. Used neutral stimulus (bell) to test response. Dog salivates when bell is brought in. Forward conditioning - neutral stimulus(bell) present before ucs. Backward conditioning - neutral stimulus(bell) follows ucs. Multiple ucs & neutral stimulus(cs) pairings necessary > association. Ucs & cs paired/presented close together in time > association forms\ Association b/t ucs & cs > broad stimuli association. Cr occurs to stimulus it was conditioned. Watson associated white rats with fear in albert.

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