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CH4: Basic Conditioning Phenomenon


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acquisition, extinction, spontaneous recovery, disinhibition, stimulus generalization, and stimulus discrimination.
Basic conditioning phenomenon includes:
acquisition.
The first step of classical conditioning is...
the maximum amount of conditioning that can take place in a particular situation.
An asymptote is...
the weakening of a conditioned response by repeatedly presenting the conditioned stimulus by itself.
Extinction is...
the sudden reappearance of an extinguished response after a rest period.
Spontaneous recovery is...
the sudden recovery of an extinguished response following introduction of a novel stimulus.
Disinhibition is...
contiguity and contingency.
In order for classical conditioning and acquisition to occur without conscious awareness, two factors must be present:
closeness or nearness; events that occur close together in time/space are associated with each other.
Contiguity is...
temporally contiguous.
Events that occur close together in time are termed...
spatially contiguous.
Events that occurs close together in space are termed...
a predictive or functional relationship between two events such that the occurrence of one event precedes and reliably predicts the probable occurrence of another.
Contingency is...
learn to respond similarly to stimuli that resemble an original stimulus.
In stimulus generalization we...
a specific version of stimulus generalization where we respond similarly to various but comparable verbal stimuli.
Semantic generalization is...
we respond to one stimulus more than another.
In stimulus discrimination...
experimental neurosis.
Subjects exposed to a difficult discrimination problem or unpredictable events can suffer from...