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The classical conditioning training procedure in which the US is presented before the CS is known as

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The classical conditioning training procedure in which the US is presented before the CS is known as

(A) backward conditioning.
(B) aversive conditioning.
(C) simultaneous conditioning.
(D) delayed conditioning.
(E) trace conditioning.

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(A) backward conditioning.

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The classical conditioning training procedure in which the US is presented first is known as backward conditioning since, in most other procedures, the CS is presented first. The term aversive conditioning does not have anything to do with the order of the presentation of US and CS but rather indicates that the UR and CR are unpleasant. Simultaneous conditioning, as the name suggests, is when the CS and US are presented at the same time. Delayed conditioning is when the CS is presented first and overlaps the presentation of the US. In trace conditioning, the CS is presented first and the CS and US do not overlap. The US is then presented after a short time has elapsed.

 
Posted : 09/02/2024 2:29 pm
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