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The light switch in Fred’s office has a short circuit and gives him a shock every time he touches it. After a while Fred hesitates every time he is about to touch the switch. Identify the elements of classical conditioning: What is the: Unconditioned stimulus: _________ Unconditioned response:_________ Conditioned/Neutral stimulus: __________ Conditioned response:_________

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    Unconditioned stimulus: Touching the light switch. Unconditioned response: Jerking his hand away. Conditioned/Neutral stimulus: The shock he receives. Conditioned response: The hesitation before touching the light switch. It's been a while, but I think this is right. Get a second opinion. :)

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    Thank you (:

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    No problem. I hope it's right!

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