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  • 8 months ago

Ivan Pavlov ___ Mary Cover Jones ____ John B Watson ____ A. this person’s experiments demonstrated how fears could be learned. B. this person is the founder of classical conditioning. C. this person is the founder of the removal of phobias. Part 2: Billy once liked going to the doctor’s office because the nurse always greeted him with a sticker. However, the last several times he has gone, the nurse has given him shots which hurt and make him scream with pain. Now when the nurse hands him the sticker he begins to scream. Identify the elements of classical conditioning What is the: Unconditioned stimulus: screaming_________ Unconditioned response:_screaming________ Conditioned/Neutral stimulus: ___sticker_______ Conditioned response:_sticker________

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  1. abb0t
    • 8 months ago
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    Well, I think if I remember Ivan Pavlov worked with classical conditioning, and watson said "learning should be explained without the mental process" and mary cover jones did the little peter experiment, didnt she?

  2. David.
    • 8 months ago
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    Yes

  3. abb0t
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    that means, pavlov = classical conditioning, mary = phobias, and watson = A.

  4. beccaboo333
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    What about part B?

  5. David.
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    Yeah I was more confused about part B

  6. abb0t
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    the unconditioned stimulus is something that you feel automatically. I think the sticker is both the unconditioned and conditioned stimulus.

  7. abb0t
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    because the sticker once made him happy, but now, the visit to the doctor has conditioned him, because when he goes to the doctors, he gets a shot, then he recieves a sticker.

  8. abb0t
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    no, wait, unconditioned is the shot

  9. abb0t
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    conditioned is the sticker.

  10. David.
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    Yeah I thought so, this part is confusing and thank you abbot

  11. David.
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    LOL

  12. David.
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    So both is Shot @abb0t

  13. abb0t
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    the screaming or crying or whatever he does is the unconditioned/conditioned response.

  14. David.
    • 8 months ago
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    oh okay, i get it

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