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What is the definition of learning?
a relatively permanent change in behaviour due to experience
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What is classical coniditioning?
a procedure during which an animal or person learns to associate a reflex response with a new stimulus
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What is unconditioned stimulus?
the stimulus that produces a relflex response, such as the food for Pavlov's dog
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What is unconditioned repsonse?
the reflex response to an unconditioned stimulus, such as Pavlov's dog's salivation
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What is conditioned stimulus?
a new stimulus presented with the UCS, such as the bell in Pavlov's experiment
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What is conditioned response?
the response that is learnt, it now occurs when the CS is presented, such as Pavlov's dog's salivation
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What is extinction?
a conditioned response dies out
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What is spontaneous recovery?
a conditioned response that has disappeared suddenly appears again
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What is generalisation?
the conditioned response is produced when a similar stimulus to the original conditioned stimulus is presented
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What is discrimination?
the conditioned response is only produced when a specific stimulus is presented
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