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Outline 4 Examples of Classical conditioning: -you see flashing lights behind you while driving and get a sinking feeling in your stomach because you recognize the lights as a sign of a police car -Enter a room and look around. A very attractive girl smiles and says hello to you. Classical conditioning- process by which an organism learns a new association between two stimuli- a neutral stimulus and one that already evokes a reflexive response Your alarm clock makes a faint clicking sound a couple of seconds before the alarm goes off. Atf first, the click by itself does not awaken you, but the alarm does. After a week or so you awaken when you hear the click. Unconditioned stimulus = alarm -> unconditioned response = awakening Conditioned stimulus = click -> conditioned response = awakening Acquisition- the process that establishes or strengthens a conditioned response Extinction- to extinguish a classically conditioned response, repeatedly present the conditioned stimulus
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