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ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING  – the associations we make when doing  psych notes CLASSICAL CONDITIONING :   (Another way to remember classical  conditioning is to remember that it involves making an association  between an involuntary response and a stimulus.) after someone  explains Pavlov dog thing? UNCONDIOTINAL STIMULUS (UCS)  aka food in mouth UNCONDITIONED RESPONSE (UCR)  aka salivation   NEUTRAL STIMULUS (NS)  aka tone CONDITIONED STIMULUS (CS)  aka tone CONDITIONED RESPONSE (CR)  aka salivation AQUSITION  – the first day in a new school (transitioning from middle to high school)  EXTINCTION  – not using your old locker combo from middle school  because you have a new one in high school SPONTANEOUS RECOVERY  – getting on a bike after years of not  riding it and still knowing how.
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