Classical Conditioning

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Classical Conditioning
A learning process which builds up an association between two stimuli through repeated pairings.
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Association
The link between the neutral stimulus and the unconditioned stimulus that makes the neutral stimulus cause the same response.
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Generalisation
When a conditioned response is produced to stimuli that are similar to the conditioned stimulus.
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Phobia
An intense (irrational)fear of something which prevent 'normal living' in some way.
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Extinction
The loss of a classically conditioned response when the conditioned stimulus is repeated many times without the unconditioned stimulus.
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The link between the neutral stimulus and the unconditioned stimulus that makes the neutral stimulus cause the same response.

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Association

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When a conditioned response is produced to stimuli that are similar to the conditioned stimulus.

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Card 4

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An intense (irrational)fear of something which prevent 'normal living' in some way.

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Card 5

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The loss of a classically conditioned response when the conditioned stimulus is repeated many times without the unconditioned stimulus.

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