Classical conditioning occurs when a stimulus that elicits a response is paired with another stimulus that initially does not response on its own.
Overtime, this second stimulus causes a similar response because it is associated with the first stimulus.
This phenomenon was first demonstrated by Ivan Pavlov's" dog experiments" when doing research on a digestion of animals.
-<Tab/>Pavlov induced classical conditioning learning by pairing a neutral stimulus (a bell) with a stimulus known to cause a salivation response in dogs (he squired dried meat pow…
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