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14 Cards in this Set

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classical conditioning
considers the learning of assiciations between stimuli and responses. A stimulus comes to elicit a response that it does not normally elicit
operent conditioning
considers the learning of assiciations between behaviors and their consequenses
discovered conditioing by accident when studying the digestive track of a dog
Pavlovs process
UCS Meat-UCR Saliva, Bell + meat Neutral stimulus- Saliva UCR
Bell conditioned stimulus- saliva conditioned response
grad student who discovered this technique around the same time as Pavlov but never got the credit
conditioned stimulus
the neutral stimulus
conditioned response
the response to the neutral stimulus
Semantic conditioning
the use of words to condition
and unrealistic or exagerated fear
used classical conditioning to creat the fear
Joseph Wolpe
invented systematic desensitization in which the psychologist teaches a person to reduce their fears by relaxing and then imagining diffrent scences
in Vivo
experiancing things in real life
drug dependence
it has been proven that administering certain drugs under different conditions as normal can cause overdose becuase those conditions are classically conditioned
conditioned taste aversion
the classical conditioning of an aversion to a taste that has been associated with a noxious stimulus