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In ________ conditioning, existing behavior is strengthened or weakened by changing the consequences.
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Describe the basic classical conditioning model and use a personal example to show that you understand the following concepts: unconditioned stimulus, unconditioned response, conditioned stimulus, conditioned response, acquisition, extinction, and spontaneous recovery.
If the conditioned stimulus is presented repeatedly without the unconditioned stimulus, the conditioned response will become progressively weaker and eventually disappear. This is known as extinction. This is another example of learning. The animal learns that the neutral stimulus (conditioned stimulus) is no longer a signal that food will follow.
How does classical conditioning explain the extinction of a conditioned response?
During classical conditioning, a neutral stimulus is presented shortly before an unconditioned stimulus, which naturally brings forth an unconditioned response. After repeated pairings, the conditioned stimulus by itself will elicit the conditioned response.
What are the steps of a classical conditioning session?
The student will suggest that learning is a relatively permanent change in behaviour, knowledge, capability, or attitude that is acquired through experience and cannot be attributed to illness, injury, or maturation. They should then provide some example or general explanation about how some behaviour is changed through the pairing of a neutral stimulus with an unconditioned response. They should use appropriate terminology from the classical conditioning paradigm.