Sight of the teacher A Unconditioned stimulus B Unconditioned response C

Sight of the teacher a unconditioned stimulus b

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Sight of the teacherA.Unconditioned stimulusB.Unconditioned responseC.Conditioned stimulusD.Conditioned response
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LaToya was viciously bitten by a chihuahua. Now when she sees chihuahuas, she’s frightened. Being frightened by chihuahuas nowA.Unconditioned stimulusB.Unconditioned responseC.Conditioned stimulusD.Conditioned response
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I.Classical ConditioningA.AcquisitionB.ExtinctionC.Spontaneous recoveryD.GeneralizationE.Discrimination
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Spontaneous Recovery12
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Stimulus Generalization13
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Famous Experiment“Little Albert”John B. Watson and Rosalie Rayner (1920)?v=0FKZAYt77ZM&feature=related
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Operant & Classical ConditioningClassical conditioning forms associations between stimuli (CS and US). Operant conditioning, on the other hand, forms an association between behaviors and the resulting events.15-WHk
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Operant ConditioningI.Operant ConditioningA.Law of EffectB.ShapingC.Reinforcement1.Typesa.Positiveb.NegativePositiveNegativeReinforcementPunishment
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Shaping?
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