classical conditioning

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conditioning that pairs a neutral stimulus with a stimulus that evokes a reflex

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Likewise, the conditioned stimuli associated with these and other pain behaviors can be extinguished.
Perhaps the most influential model of conditioned craving was developed by Wilker (1948), who hypothesized that stimuli paired repeatedly with AOD withdrawal could become conditioned stimuli that elicited conditioned withdrawal effects, which, in turn, would generate craving.
For both theoretical and practical reasons, previous studies have focused mainly on testing false statements as conditioned stimuli (see Grant, 1972, for a review), but it seems important to establish if there are any differences in the ease with which the and false statements can be conditioned.
Swim stress did not influence the attenuation of neophobia using the present procedures and conditioned stimuli.
Second, differences in response topographies emerged from other sexual conditioning experiments, especially when the conditioned stimuli used were more complex than those that utilized discrete local conditioned stimuli.
The act of eating may serve as conditioned stimuli for anxiety and fear of gaining weight.
This use of second order respondent conditioning to manipulate subjects' preferences was replicat ed by demonstrating conditioning to nonsense syllables by using famous and infamous names rather than positive and negative words as socially established conditioned stimuli (Blandford & Sampson, 1964).
Table 4 shows the average SRR (across subjects) to the conditioned stimuli, B1 and B2, and to each probe during the test for the transformation of functions.
In such situations, respondently conditioned stimuli come to systematically affect ongoing operant responding.
One possible role is that the liquid-sucrose reinforcers and/or the stimuli-that were present during their delivery served as conditioned stimuli for the upcoming differential reinforcement.
For example, the respondent-type training procedure presents nine conditioned stimuli (i.
This data suggests that it was the match-to-sample training that rendered the compounds, rather than the elements, effective as conditioned stimuli.
Centrally acting drugs act as conditioned stimuli in a conditioned suppression of drinking task.