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2. How is operant/instrumental conditioning different from classical conditioning?

  • The association between two stimuli
  • The association between a response and a particular icon
  • The association between outcome and evaluation
  • Superadditivity in stimulus response

3. When a face (CS+) is paired with an aversive stimulus e.g loud noise...

  • The processing of the face associated with the aversive stimulus (CS+) is reduced in visual cortex
  • FFA becomes more active when viewing the CS+ face over a CS baseline face
  • There is no change in cortical activity when viewing a CS+ face
  • Only the insula can be affected by such face conditioning

4. Which is the most long lasting type of reinforcement?

  • Rewards at set intervals
  • No reward
  • Variable ratio
  • Frequent reward

5. What encodes the emotional valence of images?

  • Left OFC
  • Right OFC
  • Right amygdala
  • Left amygdala

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