CLASSICAL CONDITIONING IN HUMANS

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CLASSICAL CONDITIONING IN HUMANS  -e.g. Phobia through classical conditioning-intense, irrational fear spider snake-- - Little Albert-fears can be unlearned by classical conditioning-pair rat with pleasant  experience-candy  Taste Aversion the dislike and/or avoidance of a particular food that has been associated with nausea or discomfort OPERANT CONDITIONING  --at turn of C while  Pavlov  with dogs,  Thorndike  was using a puzzle box to study how a  cat learns -he confined a hungry cat in puzzle box with food just outside-where cat could  see and smell  -cat had to figure out how to open latch - Thorndike  timed escape  -cats learned to make necessary response more rapidly after an increasing number of  trials  ELEMENTS OF OPERANT CONDITIONING   1. Emitted Behaviour (Active) vs triggered response in classical (Passive)-operating on  environment  2. A consequence must follow the behaviour e.g. freedom, food, praise consequence 
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