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Chap 6 classical rev S10

Chap 6 classical rev S10 - Pavlov and Classical...

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Pavlov and Classical Conditioning Ivan Pavlov – Russian physiologist (person who studies the workings of the body) who discovered classical conditioning through his work on digestion in dogs. Classical conditioning - learning to make a reflex response to a stimulus other than the original, natural stimulus that normally produces the reflex. Menu
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Pavlov’s Research Design Pavlov’s Research Design
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Classical Conditioning UCS Loud Noise UCR Startle CS Bunny Rabbit UCS Loud Noise UCR Startle CS Bunny Rabbit CR Startle Menu
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Question A/an ____________________ refers to something that reliably produces a naturally occurring reaction in an organism. A. unconditioned stimulus (US) B. unconditioned response (UR) C. conditioned stimulus (CS) D. conditioned response (CR)
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ANSWER A/an ____________________ refers to something that reliably produces a naturally occurring reaction in an organism. A. unconditioned stimulus (US) B. unconditioned response (UR) C. conditioned stimulus (CS) D. conditioned response (CR)
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