trace conditioning

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A form of conditioning (1) involving the repeated brief presentation of a conditioned stimulus, followed by a period of time during which no stimulus is presented, and then the presentation of an unconditioned stimulus, leading eventually to the development of a conditioned response based on the memory of a previous stimulus. Compare delay conditioning. [So called because it depends on a memory trace of the conditioned stimulus]

Subjects: Psychology.

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