Psychology Outline Chapters 5,6,7

Psychology Outline Chapters 5,6,7 - Chapter 5 Outline:...

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Chapter 5 Outline: Learning Classical Conditioning : Classical Conditioning—a procedure by which a previously neutral stimulus comes to elicit a response after it is passed with a stimulus that automatically elicits that responses; the first type of learning to be systematically studied. Although conditioned taste aversions normally protect an organism, anyone who has ever developed an aversion to a food eaten shortly before getting the flu knows how irrational—and long lasting—these aversions can sometimes be. This conditioned response can develop rapidly, with only one or two exposures to the food paired with nausea, much as Garcia’s wolf took little time to acquire an aversion to the taste of sheep. Some patients even begin to feel nauseous at the sound of a nurse’s voice, the sight of the clinic, or the thought of treatment, although acquisition of these CRs generally requires repeated exposure. Conditioned Emotional Responses and Little Albert : One of the most important ways classical conditioning affects behavior is in the condition of emotional responses consider the automatic smile that comes to a person’s face when hearing a special song or the
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Psychology Outline Chapters 5,6,7 - Chapter 5 Outline:...

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