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Learning_CC - The CR is similar in form to the UR. Snake...

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CLASSICAL CONDITIONING US Biologically-significant stimulus (Unconditioned stimulus) Examples: food, water, electric shock. UR Reflexive response to US (Unconditioned response) Examples: For positive USs, approach behaviors. For food, eating, digestion (including salivation, and so on). For negative USs, avoidance behaviors. For shock, withdrawal. NS A stimulus that we do not pay attention to. (Neutral Stimulus) Therefore, there is no response to it. CS A NS that has been repeatedly paired with a US. (Conditioned stimulus) The NS is presented first and the US immediately follows. CR Response elicited by the CS. (Conditioned response)
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Unformatted text preview: The CR is similar in form to the UR. Snake Phobia US (Unconditioned stimulus) UR (Unconditioned response) NS (Neutral Stimulus) CS (Conditioned stimulus) CR (Conditioned response) Snake Phobia (excessive or unrealistic fear of snakes; you could substitute spiders or whatever here) US Scream of another person (Unconditioned stimulus) Snake bite UR Flight response (Unconditioned response) Increase in heart rate respiration rate (in other words overall sympathetic nervous system activation) NS Snake (Neutral Stimulus) CS Snake (Conditioned stimulus) CR Flight response (Conditioned response)...
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