aversive conditioning


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conditioning to avoid an aversive stimulus

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In the favorable schedule condition, there was no comparable aversive conditioning.
This edition has been updated and reorganized to have separate chapters on principles and applications of classical conditioning, appetitive conditioning, and aversive conditioning, and the discussion of theories of learning now follows the historical perspectives of how behavior changes as a result of experience.
Most agencies (64 percent) used aversive conditioning to lower conflicts with problem bears; however, they don't seem to favor that option either.
Blair (1995) defines sadness as unconditioned stimuli that promote moral socialisation through aversive conditioning.
Startle reactivity and anxiety disorders: Aversive conditioning, context and neurobiology.
Lapinski gives excellent narratives of nine bear conservationists, including Chuck Bartlebaugh whose Center for Wildlife Information educates the public about proper behavior in bear country, and Carrie Hunt who uses aversive conditioning to save problem bears in Montana.
It's important to understand that you're using aversive conditioning and that the interrupter you use should fit the dog," she says.
Even a single episode of aversive conditioning may cause an individual to completely avoid the dental environment and dental stimuli.
Nuisance bears will be subjected to aversive conditioning, including rubber bullets, noise makers, exploding darts, or pepper spray.
The Garden State had previously managed its bruin population--estimated at up to 3,200 animals prior to the hunt--through public education efforts, aversive conditioning, trap-and-transfers and the euthanization of bears posing serious threats to the public.
Effects of an aversive CS+ and CS- under deprivation upon successive classical appetitive and aversive conditioning.