Psychology (unit 2) LEARNING- classical conditioning

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what is classical conditioning?
Association made between a neutral stimulus and an unconditioned response
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Define Extinction (CC)
When the conditioned stimulus is repeatedly presented without the unconditioned stimulus= stops the conditioned response E.G The bell (CS) repeatedly wrung without food (UCS) present, the salivation (CR) will stop
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Define Spontaneous Recovery (CC)
When the conditioned response (e.g salivation) occurs in a weakened form to the conditioned stimulus (e.g The bell)
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Define generalisation (CC)
When a stimulus is similar to the conditioned stimulus (e.g door bell sound) it produces the same conditioned response (salivation)
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Define Discrimination (CC)
When the conditioned response (e.g salivation) is only produced by the conditioned stimulus (e.g the bell) not to similar stimuli
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Define Extinction (CC)

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When the conditioned stimulus is repeatedly presented without the unconditioned stimulus= stops the conditioned response E.G The bell (CS) repeatedly wrung without food (UCS) present, the salivation (CR) will stop

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Define Spontaneous Recovery (CC)

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Define generalisation (CC)

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Define Discrimination (CC)

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