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Classical Conditioning

A brief overview of Ivan Pavlov's Classical Conditioning experiment.
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David Anderton

on 10 June 2013

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Transcript of Classical Conditioning

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Classical Conditioning Classical Conditioning
a form of learning that occurs through repeated association with two (or more) different stimuli. Key elements:
Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS) - any stimulus that produces an automatic, naturally occuring response
Uncoditioned Response (UCR) - the response that occurs automatically when the UCS is presented.
Conditioned Stimulus (CS) - a stimulus that initially produces a neutral response and does not normally produce the UCR.
Association - the pairing of one stimulus to another (UCS and CS).
Conditioned Response (CR) - a learned response that is produced by the CS.

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