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US or UCS
Unconditioned Stimulus
CS
Conditioned Stimulus
UR or UCR
Unconditioned Response
CR
Conditioned Response
OR
Orienting Response
Acquisition
phase during which the CS and US are presented and the CR is established
Extinction
Reduction of the conditioned response (CR) resulting from presentation of the CS alone (pavlov called it experimental extinction")
Spotaneous Recovery
during or after extingtion, return of the conditioned responding to a higher level followed by a period of rest. (i.e higher than before the rest)
Simultaneous conditioning

Various temporal arrangements of CS US:
The CS and US overlap!-0
Delay conditioning

Various temporal arrangements of CS US:
CS onset precedes US onset - best one
Trace Conditioning

Various temporal arrangements of CS US:
CS onset and offset ovvur followed by brief delay, then US onset (the gap)
Backwards conditioning

Various temporal arrangements of CS US:
US onset precedes CS onset
Higher Order Conditioning
Conditioning employing a previously conditioned stimulus (CS1) in the place of the US