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JKP Unit 2-2(1st 10)

phylogenic provenance effect of stimulus on specific response innate, due to evolutionary history of species.
ontogenic provenance effect of stimulus on specific response learned, due to experiential history of individual.
US Functions as an Unconditioned Elicitor, UE
Effect of conditioning Function altering
Pairing S-S presentation results in function altering effect
S-S Contingency Stimulus occurs only if particular stimulus occurs
Types of Contingencies •       S-S •       R-S •       S-R-S •       Four-term
Contingency dependency between events.
Contiguity nearness of events in time
Conditioned reflex relation between specific stimulus and innate “involuntary” response
Created by: Cambam