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behaviorism: Respondent Conditioning
Terms in this set (21)
controlled by their consequences
involves the manipulation of consequences
controlled by an antecedent stimuli
involves the manipulation of antecedent stimuli
elicited by antecedent stimuli even with no prior conditioning or learning
elicits an unconditioned response
does not elicit an unconditioned response
neutral stimuli paired with an unconditioned stimuli to elicit the previous unconditioned response (now conditioned)
behavior elicited to a previously neutral stimuli after conditioning has occurred.
desirable; NS precedes the US, but the NS ends before the US is presented.
desirable, the NS is presented and then the US is presented before the NS ends.
not very desirable; both the NS and US are presented together
the US is presented before the NS. Not very effective. (unless in the case of taste aversion)
exception to time response in conditioning, bad taste may result from bad UR to food, even if it occurs minutes or hours later.
occurs when a NS is paired with an already-established CS and the NS becomes a CS. Depends on how established the CS is before being paired with an NS.
Little Albert; conditioning fear/love/rage, can occur for positive or negative things. Girlfriends smell, babies smile, etc.
involves the repeated presentation of the CS without presenting the US. Lack of pairing will weakening and eventually eliminate the conditioned response.
when the CS elicits the CR after extinction has seemingly occurred
a number of similar CSs or a broader range of CSs elicit the same CR, though only one was conditioned for
being able to discriminate between similar CSs and only have the CR occur for a specific CS.
factors influencing RC
- nature of the US and CS (intensity)
- temporal relationship between CS and US (time)
- contingency between CS and US (consistency)
- the number of pairings
- previous exposure to the CS
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