In the article "Conditioned emotional reactions" by John B. Watson and Rosalie Raynor., Explain the initial pairing of the bar and the rat in terms of learning through classical conditioning
What are unconditional stimulus (US) conditional stimulus (CS) and conditional response (CR)
How were Watson and Rayner able to condition Albert to react to different stimuli such as masks, other animals, and a fur coat? Explain the concept of generalization
Why didn't the conditioning last over time? Explain the concept of extinction

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    UnconditionED stimulus = US = noise

    ConditionED stimulus = rat

    ConditionED response = crying/fear

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