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03.01 Classical Conditioning Assessment

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arlene cruz

on 29 July 2016

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Transcript of 03.01 Classical Conditioning Assessment

Scenario #3
Assessment
Choose two of the following scenarios. Label the unconditioned stimulus, unconditioned response, neutral/conditioned stimulus, and conditioned response in both of the chosen scenarios. Use the template to guide you.
Scenario #1
An ice cream truck frequently stops in Jamal's neighborhood during the summer months. Jamal loves ice cream! Just the thought of it makes him crave a nice, cold ice cream cone. Now, every time Jamal hears the song from the ice cream truck, his mouth starts watering.
UCS: The thought of ice cream makes Jamal crave a nice, cold ice cream cone. The ice creams are the UCS.
UCR: When Jamal hears the song from the ice cream truck, his mouth starts watering. The watering is the UCR
NS/CS: Jamal now associates the song from the ice cream truck with a cold ice cream cone. The song makes it be CS.
CR: His mouth starts watering with the song of the truck. He associates the song with a cold ice cream cone, therefore, his mouth starts watering whether there is ice cream or not.
My scenario
Sophia usually loves bananas, but last week she got really sick and vomited right after eating one. Now, just the sight or smell of a banana makes her nauseous.
UCS: She got really sick and vomited right after eating a banana. That makes the banana be the UCS.
UCR: She vomited right after eating a banana. The vomit is the UCR.
NS/CS: When she smell a banana she feels nauseous. The sight of the banana is the NS.
CR: Now she associates the sight of the banana with the vomit and makes her feel nauseous.
My little baby cousin loves the milk. He starts moving his mouth just by seeing the milk. When my aunts warms the milk in the microwave, and now when he hears the sound of the microwave he starts moving his little mouth.
UCS: The baby moves the mouth with the the sight of the milk. The sight of the milk is the UCS.
UCR: He moves the mouth with the sight of the milk. When he moves his mouth is the UCR.
NS/CS: When he hears the sound of the microwave he starts moving the mouth. CS is the sound of the microwave.
CR: Now he associates the sound of the microwave with the move of the mouth and now he moves his mouth if there is milk or not.
Assessment
Reflect on what you've learned about classical conditioning and the examples you encountered in the lesson. In one paragraph, describe at least one example of classical conditioning you have experienced or witnessed in everyday life (ex. training a pet, food dislikes due to illness, conditioned fears, etc.).
03.01 Classical Conditioning Assessment
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