A relatively permanent change in potential behavior that results from experience.
The first individual to demonstrate classical conditioning was ____ ____.
In classical conditioning, a stimulus that elicits an unlearned response.
In classical conditioning, an unlearned response (caused by an unconditioned stimulus).
In classical conditioning, a stimulus that elicits a response only after being associated with an unconditioned stimulus.
in classical conditioning, a learned response to a conditioned stimulus.
A stimulus that produces no particular response (except perhaps catching the organism's attention).
The tendency for stimuli similar to the conditioned stimulus to produce the conditioned response.
The less similar a stimulus is to the conditioned stimulus, the ____ the conditioned response will be.
When a stimulus that is very similar to the conditioned stimulus fails to produce the conditioned response, we can say that the organism is exhibiting stimulus ____.
If the CS is repeatedly presented without the UCS, the CR will eventually die off. This process is called ____.
Following extinction, if you wait a short time and then present the CS again, you will often see ____ ____ of the CR.
One of the main distinguishing characteristics of classical conditioning is that the behavioral response is usually automatic or ____ in nature.
For classical conditioning to take place, it is usually essential that the NS and the UCS be presented very close together in ____.
conditioned taste aversion
A learned aversion to a relatively novel taste that occurs following illness or nausea.