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Transcript of Pavlov
What is Classical Conditioning?
The Strengths and the Weaknesses of applying the theory to Middle Childhood
Critiques- Negative & Positives
Questions? Agenda Two stimuli are linked together to produce a new learned response in a person or animal.
Unconditionally, naturally, and automatically triggers a response.
Unlearned Response that occurs naturally when exposed to the unconditioned stimulus.
Previously neutral stimulus, that after becoming associated with the unconditioned stimulus, eventually triggers a conditioned response. Ivan Pavlov Born: Russia, 1849
1879:Graduated from Medical Military Academy
Link between Nervous System and Digestive Process
1904: Won a Nobel Prize for Physiology of Digestion
1915: Awarded ‘Order of the Legion of Honour’
Died: Russia, 1936 Ivan Pavlov Classical conditioning Applying Classical Conditioning To Middle Childhood "He who hath been bitten by a snake fears a rope" Application to our Program CAUTION: The next few images might be disturbing to some people. QUESTIONS? Cherry, K. (2012, October 20). Introduction to Classical Conditioning. Retrieved from About.com Psychology: http://psychology.about.com/od/behavioralpsychology/a/classcond.htm
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Wenger, M. A. (1937). A criticism of Pavlov's concept of internal inhibition. Psychological Review, 297-312. BIBLIOGRAPHY Systematic Desensitization Used in the field of Psychology to effectively overcome phobias and anxieties.
Developed from Classical Condition by South African Psychiatrist Joseph Wolpe
Sometimes called Graduated Exposure Therapy Critiques Critiques