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Classical Conditioni

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An involuntary response to a stimulus: Reflex
A fixed series of responses to a specific stimulus: Fixed Action Pattern
The process in which an unconditioned stimulus is paired with a neutral stimulus, until the unconditioned stimulus elicits a conditioned response: Classical Conditioning
A stimulus that naturally and automatically elicits (or draws out) a response without any learning taking place: Unconditioned Stimulus
A natural behavior that is elicited by an unconditioned stimulus: Unconditioned Response
a stimulus that does not elicit a particular response: Neutral Response
a previously neutral stimulus that now elicits a particular response after learning has occurred: Conditioned Stimulus
A response that is elicited by a previously neutral stimulus after learning has taken place: Conditioned Response
the weakening of a CR when the CS is repeatedly presented without the US: Extinction
The reappearance of a CR following a rest period after extinction: Spontaneous Recovery
When a NS that is similar to a CS can elicit a similar response: Stimulus Generalization
FoodSalivation US UR BellNo Salivation NS -- BellSalivation CS CR Is an example of: Pavlov's experiment
Created by: drhs2012