psych 1010 lab 4 notes
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Date Created: 03/03/16
Psych 1010 lab 4 notes The unconditioned stimulus is the beep sound that was played. The unconditioned response was for every one to raise their hand when they heard the beep. The conditioned stimulus was the red square, because in the beginning every time the red square appeared on the board was the same time the beep also came. They were put together so that people will assume that when they saw the red square, they will most likely be hearing the beep too. The conditioned response is when after that repeated multiple times, it leads into the people automatically raising their hand right when they see the red square, without even waiting for the beep. Classical conditioning occurred at the end when everyone just got used to raising their hand immediately as they saw the red square with out even waiting for the beep. So when the very last red square came, every just raised there hand, but there ended up to be no beep. The people assumed that the beep was going to come anyway since they saw the red square. Every one was shocked on how they immediately raised their hand after seeing the red square, but the beep never came. The Classical conditioning starts of with the unconditioned stimulus, because we are told to do something when something occurs such as a beep. Then the unconditioned response comes in where we react to that specific unconditioned stimulus by raising our hand, because we are told to do it. Then as the conditioned stimulus we start to see the red square at the same time we hear the beep. So then the unconditioned stimulus and the conditioned stimulus get paired, and in our brain we start to think that they go together. This pairing results in the conditioned response, where people immediately start raising their hand when they see the red square with out even waiting for the beep. This finally leads into the classical conditioning where we end up raising our hand when we see the red square, with out even hearing the beep and the beep ends up never coming. Every time I hear the sound of lightening, which is the unconditioned stimulus, I close my ears, which is the unconditioned response. The neutral stimulus is when I see the lightening that comes down with my eyes. As the lighting and the sound start coming together they pair up, and the lightening becomes the conditioned stimulus. The conditioned response is when I automatically start to close my ears right when I see the lightening, and with out even waiting for the sound. This finally leads into the classical conditioning where I close my ears immediately when seeing the lightning, but sometimes the sound never comes.
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