Classical Conditioning

Pavlov's Discovery 202

Basic Conditioning Arrangements Between Conditioned Stimulus and

Unconditioned Stimulus 203 Common Examples of Classical Conditioning 204 Konorski's Conceptualization of Reflexive Behavior 205 Rescorla's Contingency Model of Classical Conditioning 207 Stimulus Factors Affecting Conditioned-Stimulus Acquisition and Maintenance 211 Conditioned Compound Stimuli 215 Higher-Order Conditioning 215 Generalization and Discrimination 216 Extinction of Classical Conditioning 218 Spontaneous Recovery and Other Sources of Relapse 218 Habituation and Sensitization 219 Special Phenomena of Classical Conditioning 219 Classically Generated Opponent Processes and Emotions 222 Counterconditioning 225 Classical Conditioning and Fear 226 References 231

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Dog Owners Handbook

Dog Owners Handbook

There are over a hundred registered breeds of dogs. Recognizing the type of the dog is basically associated with its breed. A purebred animal belongs to a documented and acknowledged group of unmixed lineage. Before a breed of dog is recognized, it must be proven that mating two adult dogs of the sametype would have passed on their exact characteristics, both appearance and behavior, to their offspring.

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