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Classical Conditioning
Updated: 10/4/2020
Classical Conditioning
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  • *Doorbell rings*
  • This onion is making my eyes water!
  • *Doorbell rings*
  • Why does that stupid doorbell keep ringing?!?
  • Days later...
  • *Doorbell rings*
  • Days later...
  • Before conditioning, the unconditioned stimulus (cutting onion) leads to an unconditioned response (eyes watering). Also before conditioning, a neutral stimulus (doorbell) leads to no conditioned response.
  • During conditioning, the unconditioned stimulus (cutting onion) combines with the neutral stimulus (doorbell) to create an unconditioned response (eyes watering).
  • After conditioning, the conditioned stimulus (doorbell) leads to the conditioned response (eyes watering).
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