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A type of learning in which a neutral stimulus becomes associated,or paired, with a stimulus that causes a reflexive behavior and, in time, is sufficient to produce that behavior
Classical Conditioning
A stimulus that elicits an automomatic response that does not depend on prior learning EX: dog food
Unconditional Stimulus
reflexive or automatic reponse elicited by a US
(dog's Salivation)
Unconditioned Response
a response that depends on the pairings of the CS with a US
Conditioned REsponse
neutral stimulus that is paired witha US
(tone)
COnditioned Stimulus
Used in Drinking/smoking aversion therapy
violates contiguity Rule
Conditioned Taste Aversion (CTA)
What is it called when a CS is paired with an aversive U.S., the CS comes to elicit fear
Conditioned Emotional Response
CR tends to generalize to similar Stimuli Beneficial at transfering LEarning
Generalization Gradient
What is the treatment that Dr.'s Use to treat phobias?
Systematic Desensitization
Avoidance is ____ reinforced
Negatively
If Rayner and Watson were to pair something positive with the rat it would be an example of?
Counterconditioning
Conditioning contributes to _____
Tolerance
If Rayner and Watson were to pair something positive with the rat it would be an example of?
Counterconditioning
What if there is exposure to cues without drug?
Withdrawal