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Classical Conditioning Worksheet Directions: Five examples of classical conditioning are outlined in the following paragraphs. In each example, identify the unconditioned stimulus, unconditioned response, conditioned stimulus, and the conditioned response. Stop the Carousel I Want to Get Off Molly was ecstatic when she learned her family was going to the state fair next weekend. When her family arrived at the state fair the temperature was in excess of 100F,
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  Classical Conditioning Worksheet  Directions:  Five examples of classical conditioning are outlined in the following paragraphs. In eachexample, identify the unconditioned stimulus, unconditioned response, conditioned stimulus, and theconditioned response. Stop the Carousel I Want to Get Off  Molly was ecstatic when she learned her family was going to the state fair next weekend. When her familyarrived at the state fair the temperature was in excess of 100  F, ut Molly didn!t care ecause she wasfinally there. Molly stopped and watched some clowns performing next to the carousel. s she watchedthe silly antics of the clowns with the carousel music playing in the ackground, Molly got more and moresweaty and uncomfortale. #ventually, she fainted from the heat. fter that trip to the state fair, every timeMolly hears carousel musical she feels a little di$$y.1.What is the %&'().What is the %&*(+.What is the &'(.What is the &*(-.What is the '( When Good Tuna Goes Bad *yan was really looking forward to lunch ecause his mother had prepared a tuna salad sandwich.%nfortunately, the mayonnaise she used had een left out too long and was spoiled. ot long after eatingthe sandwich, *yan felt sick and had to rush to the athroom. /hereafter, the mere mention of a tunasandwich would make *yan nauseous.1.What is the %&'().What is the %&*(+.What is the &'(.What is the &*(-.What is the '( Kitties and Clickers sychologists like to experiment on other organisms in their immediate environment, so enny decided to  perform a few experiments on her kitty, recious. enny had a little clicker that makes a loud 2&34&56 sound. 'he walked around the house, randomly clicking it for a while, while recious rested in the living room. /hen enny sat down with recious, and used the flash on her camera to flash a right light at the same time she clicked. recious linked ecause of the flash, and looked mildly annoyed. enny repeated this process with her  times, then clicked the clicker, without using the flash. 'he still linked7 8'he also looked very unhappy9.1.What is the %&'().What is the %&*(  +.What is the &'(   .What is the &*(-.What is the '( Kitties and Snappers fter 'arina heard aout enny6s experiment, she wanted to try something with her own cat. 'arina6s cat, asmine, tends to follow her around the house 8unless she6s sleeping9. When 'arina feeds her, she  puts her food dish on the floor. :ne day a few weeks ago, 'arina tried a new procedure. fter she put thefood dish on the floor, she would snap her fingers, which was paired with her eating the food and licking her chops 8yum79. :ne night aout a week ago, a half hour or so efore 'arina normally feeds her, they were sitting on the couch. 'arina decided to try snapping her fingers to see if there was any classical conditioning ; asmine looked at 'arina and licked her chops7 1.What is the %&'().What is the %&*(+.What is the &'(.What is the &*(-.What is the '( Mmmm…. i!er <annah and her sidekick, very, went out on the town in Manhattan one evening, to a swanky restaurant. <annah and very saw a new food item on the menu 8Fois =ras, which is seared goose liver9, and decidedto try it. very found it delicious, as did <annah. fter retiring to ed that night, very ecame nauseous, had a headache, and slept poorly. very has tried eating fois gras since then, ut when looking at it, she immediately feels nauseous and can6t eat it. 8hint> Food aversion is a special case of classical conditioningwhich re?uires only one pairing of the stimuli9@.What is the %&'(A.What is the %&*(   B.What is the &'(   C.What is the &*(10.What is the '(
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