Nonassociative learning: LEARNING
Unchanging stimuli decrease our
responsiveness. We adapt to such stimuli.
associative learning: LEARNING
Every time someone flushes the toilet at YMCA, nearby shower becomes hot. Person jumps
back, over time, person hears flush and automatically jumps back before H2O changes.
NS (neutral stimulus) the toilet flushing
US (unconditioned stimulus) the hot water