Robert E Clark

University of California, San Diego

I. Introduction

II. Brief History

III. The Distinction between Classical and Instrumental/ Operant Conditioning

IV. Origin of the Term Classical Conditioning

V. Types of Classical Conditioning

VI. Acquisition of the CR

VII. Eyeblink Classical Conditioning in Humans

VIII. Problems for Studies of Human Eyeblink Classical Conditioning

IX. The Emergence of Animal Studies of Classical Conditioning

X. Eyeblink Classical Condition as a Tool to Study Brain Function

XI. The Search for the Engram

XII. The Brain Substrates of the Classically Conditioned NM Response in the Rabbit

XIII. The Hippocampus Is Required for Trace Classical NM Conditioning

XIV. The Amygdala Is Essential for the Acquisition and Retention of the Classically Conditioned Fear Response

XV. Brain Structures Involved in Human Classical Conditioning

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