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Before receiving a speeding ticket, the driver did not have any bad experiences with police and therefore seeing a police car would have been a neutral stimulus.
Because of a prior speeding ticket, it makes the driver of the blue car nervous when a police car is behind him even though he is following the speed limit.
The driver's original speeding ticket is the unconditioned stimulus and it invokes an unconditioned response of unhappiness and resentment.
Because the driver associates getting a ticket with all policemen, he is afraid of the policeman riding behind him. Because only one policeman gave him the ticket but the driver is afraid over every policeman, this an example of generalization.
The conditioned response is fear of receiving a ticket again.
The police car is now a conditioned stimulus.
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