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Classical conditioning refers to learning procedure in which a biologically potent stimulus (e.g. food) is paired with a previously neutral stimulus (e.g. a bell).

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John Watson proposed that the process of classical conditioning was able to explain all aspects of human psychology.

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Classical conditioning notes that all animals learn through association, humans are no exceptions. You're exactly right, the owner was conditioned as well as the  ...

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Review the concepts of classical conditioning, including unconditioned stimulus ( US), conditioned stimulus (CS), unconditioned response (UR), and conditioned ...

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In this chapter we will look at Classical Conditioning, perhaps the oldest model of change there is. It has several interesting applications to the real world, ones ...

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Define classical conditioning: conditioning in which the conditioned stimulus ( such as the sound of a bell) is paired with and precedes the…

www.verywell.com/classical-conditioning-2794859

May 16, 2017 ... Classical conditioning has become important in understanding human and animal behavior. Learn how it works and explore a few examples.

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Jan 11, 2012 ... Classical conditioning is one of those introductory psychology terms that gets thrown around. Many people have a general idea that it is one of ...

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Can you be conditioned to associate something new with something else you naturally respond to? In this lesson, we'll take a look at a famous...