PSYC 102: APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
Chapter 14 (8th Ed.)
operant behavior, respondent behavior unconditioned stimulus (
***NOTE: Any behaviors that results from respondent
conditioning are called conditioned reflexes. In this situation, the neutral
stimulus that is paired with the unconditioned stimulus is the conditioned
stimulus (CS) and the resulting response is the conditioned response (CR). The conditioned response is no different then
the unconditioned response except it is under the control of the conditioned
stimulus. Therefore in the example of pairing classical music with eating (page
176), salivation is both the unconditioned and conditioned response. When we talk about food in mouth then
salivation is the
2. Identify the unconditioned reflexes that appear on page 177.
3. Briefly describe how respondent conditioning procedures can take a bright light (unconditioned stimulus) and pupil constriction (unconditioned response) and create the conditioned reflex of pupil constriction whenever you play your favorite song.
4. Briefly describe conditioned taste aversion, aversion therapy, respondent conditioning procedure for constipation and respondent conditioning procedure for enuresis.
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