By Matthew McKay, Patrick Fanning, Kim Paleg
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Kimble (1961) and is a more extended version of the Hull-Spence view of cue, drive, and incentive function. In review, the steps are as follows: Deprivation and noxious stimulation produce conditions of need. Each of these contributes to the nonspecific, generalized drive strength (D), and each also has connected with it a characteristic drive stimulus (SD). Other external and internal stimuli (S o ), when intense, are noxious events, which also become conditions of need. These Sos, when they are associated by conditioning to needs arising from deprivation or noxious events, produce specific secondary needs, which 30 Frustration theory also contribute to D and SD.
The conceptual form of frustration theory was derived from a portion of neobehavioristic theory of the Hull-Spence variety that combined elements of Pavlovian and Thorndikian conditioning. This approach to theorizing has a clear antecedent in Hull's conceptualization of "goal attractions and directing ideas... as habit phenomena" and of the fractional anticipatory goal response (r G -s G ; Hull, 1931). Later termed "conditioning model" theory (Lachman, 1960), it bears a decided similarity to the cybernetic concepts of "hope" and the "go mechanism" in the theories of Mowrer (1960) and Miller (1963), respectively.
As we have seen, the effect of the addition of fear is often unpredictable, except in terms of the history of the organism. " An animal is placed in a Skinner box, trained to a fairly high level of responding to a lever - for food, say - and then, on several occasions, Motivational and associative mechanisms 33 even independent of feeding, in that situation, is given brief electric shocks. When reintroduced into the situation, the animal does not respond for food; it freezes and/or it does other things - urinates or defecates.
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