TB9 P&C Lecture 3; Emotion and Learning

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1. What is the main argument of the perception fluency/attribution model?

  • Mere exposure effects ONLY occur in the presence of classical conditioning
  • Mere exposure stimuli effects are weakest when they are not aware of the pre-exposed stimuli
  • Mere exposure stimuli effects are stronger when they are not aware of the pre-exposed stimuli
  • Mere exposure effects ONLY occur in the presence of operant conditioning
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2. When people are aroused and their pupils dilate...

  • Pupil dilation is only observed in young adults
  • There can be learning of the emotional state of other people by monitering their pupil dilation/constriction
  • Pupil dilation only occurs in close relationships
  • Pupil dilation is an autonomic response and confers no social info

3. Define autonomic conditioning?

  • Bodily responses, arousal, rapid heart rate, sweating
  • A concious preference, a stimulus is liked/disliked more or less

4. What does a phobia result from?

  • Operant conditioning moderated by experience
  • Instructional learning moderated by experience
  • Instructional learning not moderated by experience
  • Operant conditioning not moderated by experience

5. How to measure the startle reflex?

  • fMRI
  • Electromyography (EMG)
  • Motor evoked potentials (MEP)
  • Electric response potentials (ERP)

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