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Guided Reading A1. None A2. Unconditioned A3. A3. By pairing a neutral stimulus with an unconditioned stimulus unconditioned B1. Gradually over time B2. B2. When the conditioned stimulus is presented just before the unconditioned stimulus stimulus B3. Generalization B4. B4. When the conditioned response no longer appears with the conditioned stimulus stimulus C1. C1. taste aversions, fears, tension, favorable feelings favorable C2. C2. It helps humans make predictions and helps children learn boundaries and Chapter 9 Section 1 Chapter
Vocabulary Activity 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. UCS NS CR Classical Conditioning UCR Extinction Discrimination Generalization ...
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- Spring '10
- Classical Conditioning, taste aversion, unconditioned stimulus stimulus, stimulus stimulus