Classical conditioning.

Classical conditioning is when a new behavior is learnt though a stimuli which was learnt by assosiation to cause a response

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what is classical conditioning?
Classical conditioning is when a new behavior is learnt though a stimuli which was learnt by assosiation to cause a response
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What did Pavlov notice?
Pavlov noticed that a dog will salivate by seeing a food bucket as the dog know food what about to come even though he never saw the food. Pavlov thought the dog was salivating as he associated the bucket with food and wondered is he could classicall
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Give the biological explanation of phobias?
Humans and animals are born wary of certain stimuli as they view them as dangerous and life threatening. We are prepared biologically for survival (innate). This could be used to explain phobias in humans e.g. Heights and darkness as we feel threaten
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Give the social learning explanation of phobias?
In certain cultures we are brought up to avoid certain stimuli's e.g. Spiders and when we see them we avoid them even though they are not life threatening. The social learning therapy suggests we observe behaviour from others and see their response
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describe the different components of classical conditioning?
Unconditioned stimulas(Food)=Unconditioned stimulas (salvation). Neutral stimulus (bell) + Unconditioned stimulus (food) = unconditioned response (salvation). Conditioned stimulus (bell) + conditioned reflex (salvation)
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Name the 5 features of classical conditioning and a explanation.
Extinguish... spontaneous recovery... generalization... discrimination... one trail learning.
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Pavlov noticed that a dog will salivate by seeing a food bucket as the dog know food what about to come even though he never saw the food. Pavlov thought the dog was salivating as he associated the bucket with food and wondered is he could classicall

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