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True or False

The following statement describes classical conditioning.

It involves the pairing of a conditioned stimulus with an unconditoned stimulus

I say True

  • dog behavior -

    No, not exactly. I am not certain of the meaning of uncontrolled stimulus.

    See
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_conditioning

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    Classical Conditioning is when a previously neutral stimulus (or the conditioned stimulus) elicits a conditioned response when paired with an unconditioned stimulus. This in turn causes a similar response (the unconditioned response).
    Example: A certain smell reminds you of your grandmother's baking (smell and her baking-two stimuli). Her baking (makes you feel hungry-response) Hunger normally was only triggered by the stimulus,the smell.
    I hope this helps. I had trouble with this too.

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