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classical conditioning is a procedure in which an animal or person learns ro associate a reflex response with a new stimulus.

classical conditioning schedule is the steps in the prcedure to condition the new response

the unconditioned stimulus is the stimulus that produces a new refelx response, such as the food for pavlovs dog.

the unconditioned response is the response to an unconditioned stilus, such as the salivation in pavlovs dog.

the conditioned stimulus is a new stimulus presented with the unconditioned stimulus, such as the bell in pavlovs experiment.

conditioned response is the response learnt, it now occurs when the conditioned stimulus is presented, such as pavlovs dogs salivation.

extinction is when a conditioned response dies out.

spontaneous recovery is when the conditioned response suddenly reappears after…

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