Psychology of learning

Simultaneous conditioning

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Simultaneous conditioning
: During simultaneous conditioning, the conditioned stimulus (CS) and unconditioned stimulus (US) are presented and terminated at the same time.
Backward conditioning
: Backward conditioning occurs when a conditional stimulus (CS) immediately follows an unconditional stimulus (US. Unlike traditional conditioning models, in which the conditional stimulus (CS) precedes the unconditional stimulus (US, the conditional response (CR) tends to be inhibitory. This is because the conditional stimulus (CS) serves as a signal that the unconditional stimulus (US) has ended, rather than a reliable method of predicting the future occurrence of the unconditional stimulus (US.

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