Classical Conditioning

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Psychology Press, 1987 - Psychology - 419 pages
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Contents

Behavioral Techniques
7
Neuropsychobgical Techniques
22
NEUROBIOLOGICAL BASES OF CONDITIONED
37
The Role of the Telencephalon in Conditioning
46
IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTRATES OF
65
Summary and Conclusions
87
ANALYSES OF THE AUDITORY INPUT
93
Output Motoneurons
103
NEURAL CORRELATES OF ACQUISITION RATE
255
Experiment I
263
Genera Discussion
269
BRAIN STEM CONTROL OF THE NICTITATING
275
A PERSPECTIVE ON THE ACQUISITION
287
APPETITWEAVERSIVE INTERACTIONS
319
Testing Pavbvian Mediational Theories
326
Implications for Pavlovian Mediational
334

NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL MECHANISM
117
Physiological Studies
124
Pharmacological and Neurochemical Studies
135
Summary and Conclusions
150
SELECTIVE ASSOCIATION IN COMPOUND
161
General Discussion
185
PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING INFORMATION
197
Hippocampus and Latent Inhibition
203
Conclusions
211
SINGLE UNIT ANALYSIS OF HIPPOCAMPAL
217
CONDITIONED DIMINUTION AND FACILITATION
339
Experimental Analysis
346
Theoretical Analysis
353
Concluding Comments
364
NEURONAL SUBSTRATES OF DISCRETE
371
Aversive Learning Two Processes and
388
Interrelations of the Two Memory Trace
394
Author Index
401
Subject Index
413
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Richard F. Thompson is Director of the Neuroscience Program and Keck Professor of Psychology and Biological Sciences at the University of Southern California.

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