Classically Conditioned Tastes

Classically - response Is your response unconditioned or conditioned ± conditioned ± unconditioned 4 In Garcia’s study the nausea was a

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PsychInquiry CD Activity name: Classically Conditioned Tastes Student’s name: Instructions: Complete this worksheet and hand it in to your instructor. Questions 1. How do your test results compare to the data from other students who have done this test? 2. What would you characterize as the most important finding of the experiment in this activity?
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3. If I asked you to lick a flyswatter, you would likely experience a negative emotional
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Unformatted text preview: response. Is your response unconditioned or conditioned? ± conditioned ± unconditioned 4. In Garcia’s study, the nausea was a response to the x-ray stimulus. Was the nausea in this case a conditioned or unconditioned response? ± conditioned ± unconditioned Was the x-ray a conditioned or unconditioned stimulus? ± conditioned ± unconditioned...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course PSY 100 taught by Professor Farthing during the Winter '08 term at University of Maine Orono .

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