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Pavlov s, cockroach : Classical Conditioning of Salivation

Sensitizing stimulation causes a long-term increase in heart rate in Aplysia californica. Menzel R, Giurfa.

Similar species differences effect operant as well as classical conditioning. Neural mechanisms of salivary gland secretion. If conditioning is primarily a matter of learning stimulus-response associations then CS1 will become associated with the response UR1 during the first phase of the experiment and a similar CS2-UR1 association will be produced in the next phase. Adding a final twist to the experiment, however, provides more conclusive evidence for stimulus-response associations.

The effects of ablations of Alimentary area of the cerebral cortex on salivary conditioned and unconditioned reflexes in dogs. In the sea-slug this is a very direct process, in the species we have been discussing in these lectures - rats, dogs, humans and so on - I hope you have seen that it is far from being so simple. Pavlovs cockroach: Classical conditioning of salivation in an insect. Neural correlates of olfactory learning in an identified neuron in the honeybee brain.