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Category > Psychology Posted 11 Feb 2024 My Price 5.00

PSY 420 Week 2 Discussion Classical Conditioning

PSY 420 Week 2 Discussion Classical Conditioning

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:

Classical conditioning involves producing a response from a stimulus that previously did not produce that response. This kind of conditioning happens in everyday life, but we may not recognize it. Think about why your dog might be wagging his or her tail when you park your car in the garage, or why you may experience fear with the sight of a needle. These experiences are the results of classical conditioning.

Discuss your answers to these questions with your classmates:

  • What is an example of classical conditioning in your life?
  • In your example, which elements are the unconditioned stimulus (US), unconditioned response (UR), conditioned stimulus (CS), and conditioned response (CR)? Why?
  • How can you adapt your example to include higher-order conditioning?

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Status NEW Posted 11 Feb 2024 02:02 AM My Price 5.00

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