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4. In classical conditioning, learning is evident when a

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In classical conditioning, learning is evident when a

  1. stimulus automatically produces a response without a prior history of experience.
  2. the stimulus which did not initially produce a response now elicits that response.
  3. spontaneously emitted response increases in frequency as a result of its consequences.
  4. subject repeats an action he or she has observed in another and is praised for it.

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2. the stimulus which did not initially produce a response now elicits that response.

 
Posted : 10/12/2021 10:47 am
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