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Classical conditioning - Wikipedia

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Classical conditioning refers to a learning procedure in which a biologically potent stimulus ..... Pavlov himself observed that a dog's saliva produced as a CR differed in composition from that...

Pavlov's Dogs | Simply Psychology

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Pavlov and his studies of classical conditioning have become famous since ... E.g. Initially Pavlov's dog salivated at the sound of any bell – not just the food bell.

Pavlov's Dogs and Classical Conditioning - Behavioral Psychology ...

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How Pavlov's experiments with dogs demonstrated that our behavior can be ... This is a normal reflex response which we would expect to happen as saliva ...

How Everyone Gets Pavlov Wrong - The New Yorker

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Nov 24, 2014 ...Pavlov's lab was essentially a physiology factory, and the dogs were his ... that it started with data, and he found that data in the saliva of dogs.

Pavlov's Dog - Nobelprize.org

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May 15, 2001 ... When a dog encounters food, saliva starts to pour from the salivary glands located in the back of its oral cavity. This saliva is needed in order to ...

Classical Conditioning (Pavlov) - Learning Theories

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Jul 24, 2014 ... In the early twentieth century, Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov did Nobel ... While studying the role of saliva in dogs' digestive processes, ...

Pavlov's Dog | in Chapter 05: Conditioning | from Psychology: An ...

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The discovery occurred when Pavlov connected a clear tube to the dog's ... Dogs salivate ("slobber") when they eat, so the meat powder stimulated lots of saliva.

Pavlovs dogs - weirdexperiments.com

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After the dogs had been fed a couple of times, they began to secrete saliva as soon as they caught sight of the food. At first Pavlov regarded this effect as a ...

Why Are Pavlov's Dogs Famous? | Wonderopolis

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Well…maybe not the ones doing the actual scientific research, but some dogs have become famous for their part in scientific discovery. Take Pavlov's dogs, ...

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Jun 26, 2013 ... It was while studying digestion in dogs that Pavlov noted an intere... ... items and measure the saliva production that the items produced.