Domjan, M. (2005). Pavlovian conditioning: A functional perspective. Annual Review of
Psychology, 56, 179–206.
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1. Compare and contrast the associative tradition of Pavlovian conditioning with the functional perspective.
2. The associative tradition of Pavlovian conditioning suggests that the conditioned stimulus should be “neutral” or “arbitrary.” What does this imply, and how would a functional perspective argue against this implication?
3. How do the compound stimuli of taste and odor go against the normal outcomes of overshadowing and blocking?
4. How did the natural CS differ in results from the arbitrary CS in the sexual conditioning of Japanese quail?
5. How have selective associations been found in fear conditioning?
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