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Welcome to Unit 2Any Questions?
Respondent or Classical Conditioning
Behavior that is shaped by consequences
I study hard for this test and get a high grade, so I study hard next test too.
I come to work all week and get paid, so I keep coming to work
The more projects I complete, the more I get paid, so I work as fast as I can
Ivan Pavlov: Founder of the practice of Classical Conditioning
Respondent Conditioning: Synonymous term for Classical Conditioning.
Unconditioned Stimulus: A stimulus that naturally produces a response
Unconditioned Response: A response that is naturally produced by the subject.
Neutral Stimulus: A stimulus which normally does not elicit the response.
Conditioned Stimulus: The formerly neutral stimulus which after pairing produces the response
Conditioned Response: The response when produced by the Conditioned Stimulus (formerly neutral stimulus).
Involuntary behavior: Behavior that can be modified through the use of Classical Conditioning.
Ivan Pavlov (1849–1936)
Won a Nobel Prize for studying digestion in dogs
The process of learning associations between environmental events (stimuli) and responses
PAVLOV’S DOGS (re-enactment, of course)
Does not normally elicit a response or reflex action by itself
Always elicits a reflex action: an unconditioned response
A response to an unconditioned stimulus—naturally occurring
The original unconditioned response becomes conditioned after it has been elicited by the neutral stimulus
Rat (NS)No Fear response
Loud NoiseFear Response
Rat + Loud NoiseFear Response