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Classical Conditioning Project. By Connor Thomsen. Code of Ethics . 1: The test subject will be fed only the 2 meals he receives in a day no outside table scraps or snacks 2: The test subject shall not be harmed in any way

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code of ethics
Code of Ethics
  • 1: The test subject will be fed only the 2 meals he receives in a day no outside table scraps or snacks
  • 2: The test subject shall not be harmed in any way
  • 3: The subject will be treated as he normally would not special treatment
  • 4: Will not be overfed (cat already fat)
  • 5: He shall learn from this experiment
experiment
Experiment
  • I am attempting to teach my cat (Snickel) to speak in order to receive his food
  • I will point to him, that being the physical command and me saying “Speak” as the vocal command
  • I will do this for 4 days, In which time I will have preformed this test 8 times
materials used
Materials Used
  • Cat Food (Friskies)
  • Bowl (with food in it)
hypothesis
Hypothesis
  • I believe that he can learn this behavior but it will take some time. At least a week or two but I think I might be able to get it earlier than that we will see
trails 1 2 day 1
Trails 1-2 (Day 1)
  • I first started out by holding the food bowl above his head and doing the vocal and physical command.
  • The first time I did it he sat down. I was really interested by this. I believe he had been previously. In order for him to understand that he needed to meow I would make sounds myself and lower the bowl giving him an idea. Afterwards I let him have it. The second time was the same
trials 3 4 day 2
Trials 3-4 (Day 2)
  • During these trials I actually started to see him learning this he first sat and then I said the commands and he didn’t exactly meow but it was a light meow but he did learn something and later that night he did it again in order to get his food
trials 5 6 day 3
Trials 5-6 (Day 3)
  • Once again did the same stuff and he meowed fully this time. And in the evening as well I think he actually learned it
trials 7 8 day 4
Trials 7-8 (Day 4)
  • I did not even have to say anything on the last day I just presented the bowl and he meowed. I didn’t have to say the commands he just did it. He finally learned how to do it
conclusion
Conclusion
  • The test subject fully learned this behavior. He will now do this every time I feed him.
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