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LearningExerciseHandout1 - PSYC1101-I 02/23/2010 Learning...

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PSYC1101-I 02/23/2010 Learning Exercise Handout – 1 Classical Conditioning For the below examples, identify the3 phases of classical conditioning, by identifying the Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS), the Unconditioned Response (UCR), the Conditioned Stimulus (CS) and the Conditioned Response (CR). 1. Billy’s cat Lulu is fed only canned food. The cans are always opened with a can opener that makes a distinctive noise. After a while, Lulu starts to salivate whenever she hears the can opener. CS: sound of can opener UCS: Cat food CR: salivation 2. If you puff air in Sally’s eyes, she automatically blinks her eyes (reflexive action). The puff of air is paired several times with the sound of a clap. Sally starts blinking when she hears the clap even though there is no puff of air. CS: clapping UCS: air puff CR/UCR: blinking 3. Mike is 3 years old. One night his parents built a fire in their fireplace. The fire spit out a large ember that hit Mike and burned him. He felt afraid. A week later when Mike’s parents lit
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