Classical conditioning- ice cream

Classical conditioning- ice cream
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  • These children are playing in the park. An ice cream truck drives past.
  • The ice cream truck plays a tune. The children donot react (get excited). Unconditioned response to tune. The tune is the neutral stimulus. The children not reacting is the neutral response.
  • The children see the ice cream van . The children react (get excited). Unconditioned response to ice cream. The ice cream is the unconditioned stimulus. The children's excitment is the unconditioned response
  • The ice cream van plays the tune, then the children see the van. This is repeated several times Neutral stimulus + unconditioned stimulus ---> Unconditioned response.
  • After conditioning The van plays the tune, and the children get excited even though they can't see the van. This is because they have associated the tune with ice cream.
  • The tune is now the conditioned stimulus, and the children's excitement​ is the conditioned response
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