Psychology

Classical Conditioning.

2. Pat feels fear whenever she sees snow. Not too long ago, she got into a car accident on a snowy road.
a. Name the unconditioned stimulus(US): Car accident
b. Name the conditioned stimulus(CS): Seeing snow
c. Name the unconditioned response(UR): Fear
d. Name the conditioned response(CR): Fear

3. Jason was at the bank when it was robbed. Although it happened some time ago, whenever he walks into the bank he feels scared.
a. Name the unconditioned stimulus(US): Bank was robbed.
b. Name the conditioned stimulus(CS): Every time he goes to the bank.
c. Name the unconditioned response(UR): Scared
d. Name the conditioned response(CR): Scared

Are these correct? Any help would be appreciated! Thank you!

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  1. Same as the answer to your other question. If Jason was scared when the bank was robbed, that was an unconditioned response, being scared now when he enters a bank is a conditioned response. The question doesn't make this clear, however. It does not say what he felt the first time.

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