A psychophysiological investigation of the classcial conditioning model of fears and phobias

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1981 - Psychology - 428 pages
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Contents

Methods
45
Results
53
Discussion
118

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affective ratings analysis of variance ANOVA anticipatory arousal asso autonomic autonomic responses aversion therapy aversive beats per minute Biological Psychology Blevings cardiac classical conditioning Cluster Analysis Cond conditioned response conditioned stimuli conditioning to fear Content x CS-US cues defensive responding DEGREES OF MEAN differences differential conditioning ditioned DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY double dissociation during acquisition during extinction during habituation electric shock electrodermal responses electrodes ERROR TRIA TC experiment experimental Experimental Psychology EXT2 EXT3 FAR probability FAR responding fear conditioning fear questionnaire fear relevant CSs fear relevant groups fear relevant stimuli fear relevant-noise plus fear responding Figure Figures 17 finger pulse Finger Pulse Volume Fredrikson and Ohman FREEDOM SQUARE PROBABILITY headphones HEAN heart rate acceleration Heart rate component heart rate curves heart rate responses However Hugdahl interactions interoceptive interstimulus interval K-Means Clustering K-Y jelly Latent inhibition learning MEAN F TAIL meta-analysis Moderate Decelerators neutral CSs neutral groups neutral stimuli noise plus vibration Noise-Vib Ohman et al onset ontogenetic orienting pattern Pavlovian conditioning phobias photoplethysmograph plus vibration group preparedness theory present Psychology Psychophysiology pulse amplitude range magnitude reinforced relevant and neutral replicate Rescorla salience Scandinavian Schmitt trigger scores selective association Seligman shock significant skin conductance slides SOURCE MEAN CONTENT spiders and snakes SQUARE PROBABILITY MEAN SQUARES FREEDOM SQUARE startle reflex STIH Stim studies subjects suggest SUM OF DEGREES sweat duct sweat gland TAIL SQUARES FREEDOM taste aversion tion trialblock trials unconditioned stimulus University of Wisconsin University of Wisconsin-Madison vasoconstriction vasomotor waveform Weerts Wisconsin series x Stimulus

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