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LEARNING…read more

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Classical conditioning-
Attack of the quack
Classical conditioning is the learning process that occurs when two stimuli are
repeatedly paired: a response that is at first caused by the second stimulus is
eventually caused by the first stimulus alone. E.g. If you repeatedly give a dog
food (1 stimulus) while ringing a bell (another stimulus) you can condition it to
salivate on hearing the bell ringing as it expects the food.…read more

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Pop quiz
Subject- a person or thing that Neutral stimulus- a
is being conditioned stimulus which initially produces
no specific response other than
focusing attention.
Unconditioned stimulus- In Unconditioned Response-
classical conditioning, the the unlearned response that occurs
unconditioned response is the naturally in response to the
unlearned response that occurs unconditioned stimulus. For example,
naturally in response to the the feeling of hunger in response to the
unconditioned stimulus. smell of food is the unconditioned
response.…read more

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Conditioned Conditioned response- the learned
stimulus- A previously response to the previously neutral stimulus. If the
sound of a whistle is the conditioned stimulus. The
neutral stimulus that, after
conditioned response would be feeling hungry when
repeated association with an
you heard the sound of the whistle.
unconditioned stimulus, elicits
the response effected by the
unconditioned stimulus itself.
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Your turn to classically condition…read more




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