Ch 7 LO - Chapter 7 Learning Classical Conditioning...

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Chapter 7 Learning Classical Conditioning developed by Ivan P. Pavlov classical conditioning is a form of learning in which an ________________ is formed between one stimulus and another learning by ______________________ accidentally stumbled onto this insight when he was studying ________________ in dogs found that when researchers walked in with white lab coats on the dogs began to salivate even when there was no __________ present Stimuli and Response _____________________ (US) is any stimulus that automatically produces a response _____________________ (UR) is the response made to the unconditioned stimulus _____________________ (NS) is an occurrence that currently does not produce a response when it is presented _____________________ (CS) is a previously neutral stimulus that has now been conditioned to produce a response _____________________ (CR) is the response made to the conditioned stimulus Conditioning Demo Watch the conditioning demo in class and determine the following: UCS – unconditioned stimulus ________________________________________ UCR – unconditioned response________________________________________
NS - Neutral Stimulus________________________________________________ CS - Conditioned Stimulus____________________________________________ CR - Conditioned Response___________________________________________ Classical Conditioning _______________ when the UCS and a neutral stimulus are paired together repeatedly, the neutral stimulus becomes a conditioned stimulus which presented alone will produce the same response as the UCS _______________ occurs when the conditioned stimulus is repeatedly presented without the unconditioned stimulus _______________ occurs when, after extinction, the condition stimulus is presented and the conditioned response reappears _______________

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