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Conditioned Stimulus - About.com Psychology
The conditioned stimulus is a previously neutral stimulus that eventually comes to evoke a conditioned response.
What Is an Unconditioned Stimulus? - Psychology - About.com
The timing of how the neutral stimulus and the UCS are presented is what influences whether or not an association will be formed, a principle that is known as ...
What Is a Conditioned Response? - Psychology - About.com
In classical conditioning, the conditioned response is the learned response to the previously neutral stimulus. For example, let's suppose that the smell of food is ...
Classical Conditioning | How It Works With Examples - Psychology
By associating the neutral stimulus with the environmental stimulus (the presentation of food), the sound of the tone alone could produce the salivation response.
What Is a Conditioned Taste Aversion? - Psychology - About.com
The previously neutral stimulus (the food) is paired with an unconditioned stimulus (an illness), which leads to an unconditioned response (feeling sick).
What Is Acquisition ? (Classical Conditioning)
In classical conditioning, repeated pairings of the conditioned stimulus (CS) and the unconditioned stimulus (UCS) eventually leads to acquisition. Remember ...
What Is a Conditioned Taste Aversion? - Psychology - About.com
Conditioned taste aversions can develop even when there is a long delay between the neutral stimulus (eating the food) and the unconditioned stimulus ( feeling ...
Pavlov's Dogs & the Discovery of Classical Conditioning - Psychology
In a series of experiments, Pavlov set out to provoke a conditioned response to a previously neutral stimulus. He opted to use food as the unconditioned stimulus ...
The Little Albert Experiment (A Closer Look) - Psychology - About.com
Neutral Stimulus: The white rat; Unconditioned Stimulus: The loud noise ... In addition to demonstrating that emotional responses could be conditioned in ...
Classical vs Operant Conditioning - Psychology - About.com
Classical conditioning involves pairing a previously neutral stimulus (such as the sound of a bell) with an unconditioned stimulus (the taste of food).
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