Les éléments principaux de conditionnement classique
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Les éléments principaux de conditionnement classique

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    Pauline M.
    GB
    Pauline M.

    Classical conditioning involves learning through association. As in pavlov experiment bell=response(salivate)=food. In saying this different sound= no response = no food bell=response=no food =reduced response over time There needs to be 2 events which results in learning... cause and effect. This becames a learnt response (salivating )to a conditional stimulus(food).

    Mary H.
    US
    Mary H.

    Sure

    Anthony F.
    GB
    Anthony F.

    it is clear that the elements of classic responce advance soon into conditionsed responce

    Tamekia Dominquie T.
    US
    Tamekia Dominquie T.

    Extinction is the main element in classical conditioning.

    BANDR G.
    SA
    BANDR G.

    Stimulus discrimination - when an organism responds to a conditioned stimulus but detects a

    BANDR G.
    SA
    BANDR G.

    Stimulus generalization - when the organism has been adapted to respond to the stimulus, and will respond in many cases similar to stimuli. For example, Pavlov's dogs responded to the bells of the stadium along the lines of the original bell.

    BANDR G.
    SA
    BANDR G.

    The main elements in classical conditioning The main elements involved in classical conditioning are: Extinction - when a conditioned response is no longer reinforced by the unconditioned stimulus, the conditioned response will cease to occur. For example, if the bell (CS) is continually presented without the meat (UCS), the dog will eventually stop salivating (CR) at the bell alone. Stimulus generalisation - when an organism has been conditioned to respond to a stimulus, it will often respond to similar stimuli. For example, Pavlov's dogs responded to bells of a similar pitch to the original bell. Stimulus discrimination - when an organism responds to a conditioned stimulus but detects a difference in other stimuli and therefore doesn't respond to them. Pavlov's dogs did not respond to bell-like stimuli that were quite different from the original bell. Spontaneous recovery - the reappearance of a conditioned response after extinction and a rest period.

    Chung John B.
    CM
    Chung John B.

    Why a bell should continually presented when there is no meat?

    Chung John B.
    CM
    Chung John B.

    Stimulus discrimination occurs when an organism responds to a conditioned stimulus but detects a difference in other stimuli and therefore doesn't respond to them.

    Simone A.
    GB
    Simone A.

    I am not sure if I understand this statement . I'll have to re read it again

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