classical conditioning

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typically from all Animals, how is behaviour learnt?
it is learned from classical and operant condidtioning!
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what is the idea of classical conditioning and and use and example.
It is assosiation- example is if youre scared of loud noises but not rats and eventually the rat and noise is used together you will begin to assosiate the rat with noise which is what youre afraid of and the rat will then scare you.
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what does before conditions mean?
the ucs produces a ucr e.g if a dog sees food it will saluvate. (pavlov)
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what happens during conditioning?
a NS occours with a UCS making you begin to make assosiations then the NS 'predicts' the UCS triggers the UCR e.g pavlovs dog saluvate with the food and when the bell(NS) is introduced with the food. and the NS eventually becomes a CS
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what happens after conditioning?
the NS becomes the CS creating a CR which becoms the same as the UCR as assosiations have been made (pasvloves dog saluvate when they see the bell)
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what is the idea of classical conditioning and and use and example.

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It is assosiation- example is if youre scared of loud noises but not rats and eventually the rat and noise is used together you will begin to assosiate the rat with noise which is what youre afraid of and the rat will then scare you.

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what happens during conditioning?

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