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The most important aspect of classical conditioning is that the conditioned stimulus becomes a for the unconditined stimulus.
A)signal
B)stimulus generalization
C) stimulus discrimination
D)higher-order conditioning support
I THINK CORRECT ANSWER IS B???

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    i think you're right.

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    It would be better to print your questions more clearly. Is there supposed to be a blank (_____) between "a" and "for"?

    If so, A is correct.

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