What are the different types of classical conditioning?


What are the different types of classical conditioning?

Classical Conditioning:

Classical conditioning was inadvertently discovered by Ivan Pavlov in the late 1800's when he observed that the dogs he was studying would salivate when hearing the footsteps of the assistants bringing food, before even seeing or smelling the food.

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Classical conditioning is when a a conditioned stimulus (CS) is paired with an unconditioned stimulus (UCS) such that a conditioned response (CR) is...

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Ivan Pavlov and Classical Conditioning: Theory, Experiments & Contributions to Psychology


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Learn about Ivan Pavlov's contribution to psychology, including Pavlov's law, Pavlov's theory, and Pavlov's dog experiment in classical conditioning theory.

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