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Entry 3: First day jitters in kindergartens and Classical Conditioning

For our generation (born during the 80’s), looking back at our kindergarten years also marked the first time we step foot inside a school. It would be the first time to attend a formal class, first time to have friends as classmates, and first time to listen to a teacher. 431 more words

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Does Pavlov ring a bell?

If you are looking to expand your knowledge on the disciple of psychology, the experiment popularly known as “Pavlov’s Dogs” is what I consider to be the… 477 more words

FEAR CAN BE TAUGHT. HERE IS HOW EASY YOU CAN BE AFRAID OF SOMETHING THAT YOU USED TO LOVE

What is fear and how it works

Fear is a feeling induced by perceived danger or threat that occurs in certain types of organisms, which causes a change in metabolic and organ functions and ultimately a change in behavior, such as fleeing, hiding, or freezing from perceived traumatic events. 559 more words

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Generalisation and Discrimination

Generalization and discrimination for Classical Conditioning

Generalization in classical conditioning is when you respond to something that similar but not exact to the Conditioned stimulus. As a separate example, say you got bit by a small dog like a terrier and are now afraid of all dogs. 210 more words

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Classical Conditioning in my life

How classical Conditioning Affects me.

When I was younger, my family would spend the summer at a campsite. We had a trailer and boat and spent a lot of time at the trailer park. 319 more words

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What is Classical Conditioning?

Classical Conditioning.

Classical Conditioning is form of behavioural learning that has an impact on how we learn, behave and respond according to different influences and incidents that has happened to us overtime or during one bigger and more memorable occurrence. 259 more words

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I Tried to Condition my Wife to Like Heavy Metal

A while back I wrote a post about classical conditioning, and how I fell victim of its power to associate unrelated things in my mind. I also pondered on some questions for further thought: could conditioning be used to condition a positive emotion in response to a neutral stimulus in people, and would the fact that you know you’re being conditioned have any effect on the process? 1,750 more words

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