1. What is the main argument of the perception fluency/attribution model?
- Mere exposure effects ONLY occur in the presence of operant conditioning
- Mere exposure effects ONLY occur in the presence of classical conditioning
- Mere exposure stimuli effects are stronger when they are not aware of the pre-exposed stimuli
- Mere exposure stimuli effects are weakest when they are not aware of the pre-exposed stimuli
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2. Which is transient and so exhibits extinction in conditioning?
3. How is operant/instrumental conditioning different from classical conditioning?
- The association between outcome and evaluation
- The association between two stimuli
- The association between a response and a particular icon
- Superadditivity in stimulus response
4. What encodes the emotional valence of images?
- Left OFC
- Right OFC
- Right amygdala
- Left amygdala
5. What is the mere exposure effect?
- Stimuli that have been presented in the past are preferred more than ANY novel stimuli
- People habituate to stimuli they have previously seen and so prefer it
- Novel stimuli are always prefered over past stimuli
- People conciously prefer previously presented stimuli