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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