In this assignment you will learn to identify the components of classical conditioning in real life situations. Please identify appropriate components in each of the situations listed below and write two paragraph summary
You will learn to identify the components of classical conditioning
In this assignment you will learn to identify the components of classical conditioning in real life situations. Please identify appropriate components in each of the situations listed below and write two paragraph summary sharing what you learned in this assignment.
1. Geraldine had an automobile accident at the corner of 32nd Street and Cherry Avenue. Whenever she approaches the intersection now, she begins to feel uncomfortable; her heart begins to beat faster, she gets butterflies in her stomach, and also her palms become sweaty.
2. Calvin was chased and assaulted by an aggressive rooster when he was just barely three years old. As an adult he still gets little blips in his stomach when he hears the word rooster, and he claims that birds make him nervous.
Further, why do all birds make Calvin nervous?
Additionally, why does the word “rooster” cause him to have belly blips?
3. When Jim met Judy, it was love at first sight. Jim cannot explain why it is that Judy turns him on because he knows girls that are prettier and who have more outstanding personalities. At their wedding, a perceptive family friend comment that there is something about Judy that reminds her of Jim’s mother; maybe it is the way she smiles, or the pattern of freckles across her nose.
This assignment must be submitted in “doc” or “ docx.” format. Additionally, it must be typed, double spaced, Times New Roman font (size 12), one inch margins on all sides. Type the question followed by your answer to the question.
THE POWERPOINT THAT GOES WITH THIS CHAPTER FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT
Unconditioned stimulus –US- A stimulus that naturally and also reliably evokes a response
Unconditioned response –UR- The response that is naturally and reliably elicited by the unconditioned stimulus
Neutral stimulus- NS -A stimulus that does not initially elicit the unconditioned response
Conditioned stimulus -CS -A stimulus that was once neutral but, through association with the US, now elicits a response
Conditioned response- CR -After conditioning has occurred, the response that is elicited by the conditioned stimulus