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1) In general, what is learned in classical conditioning ( and what you should try to remember about classical conditioning) is

a. to emit an operant
b. to give a reflex to a previously neutral stimulus
c. to give an unconditioned response to an unconditioned stimulus
d. to repeat a response when it has been positively reinforced.

Can someone please explain this to me. My first answer was d but it was wrong. I do not really understand the other answers!!

  • Psychology -

    Only one answer makes any sense here, b. I am wondering why you are confused? Coffee?

  • Psychology -

    classical conditioning is a type of learning which a neutral stimulus comes to bring about a response after it is paired with a stimulus that naturally brings about that response.So therefore if I may say that the correct answer would be B

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