classical conditioning

classical conditioning

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  • Classical Conditioning
  • Unconditioned Stimulus
  • Unconditioned Response
  • Little Andy wants to pet his dads new bird. Classical Conditioning: A learning process that occurs when two stimuli are repeatedly paired: a response which is at first elicited by the second stimulus is eventually elicited by the first stimulus alone.
  • 10 Years Later
  • Suddenly the shelf collapses on the floor and makes a loud CRASH! Unconditioned Stimulus: Loud noise.
  • Conditioned Stimulus/ Generalization
  • Little Andy starts crying and moves away from the bird. Unconditioned Response: Fear/ crying.
  • Conditioned Response
  • Andy (no longer little) goes on a walk with his father around the neighbourhood.
  • A bird is in front of them and Andy gets scared instantly. Conditioned Stimulus: Any Bird.
  • Andy starts crying and gets away from the bird. Generalization: the tendency to respond in the same way to different but similar stimuli. Conditioned Response: Fear/ Crying
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