Classical Conditioning

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  • A young girl and her mother go to the doctor's office. The young girl is unaware of the reason for her visit.
  • Okay!
  • Time to go to the doctor's office!
  • In this scene, the neutral stimulus is the lollipop that the doctor gives to the young girl.
  • Here. Have a lollipop!
  • In this scene, a young girl is about to get her first vaccination. The unconditioned stimulus is the shot/needle, which leads to the unconditioned response of fear.
  • In this scene, a young girl is about to get her first vaccination. The unconditioned stimulus is the shot/needle, which leads to the involuntary response of fear.
  • AAAHHHHH!
  • I don't want to get a shot! It's going to hurt!
  • Come back!
  • I don't want to get a shot! It's going to hurt!
  • Time to get a shot!
  • Ow! My arm hurts.
  • A month later, her mom brings her back to the doctor's office. The doctor gives her a lollipop again.
  • In this scene, a young girl is about to get her first vaccination. The unconditioned stimulus is the shot/needle, which leads to the involuntary response of fear.
  • Don't worry! It won't hurt a lot. I'll give you a lollipop if you don't run away.
  • I don't want to get a shot! It's going to hurt! I don't want to get a shot! It's going to hurt!
  • I don't want to get a shot! It's going to hurt!
  • Here. Have a lollipop!
  • The once neutral stimulus (the lollipop) is now the conditioned stimulus and is associated with getting a shot.
  • Oh no! I'm going to get ANOTHER shot!
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