Classical conditioning is defined as a learning process that occurs through associations
between a naturally occurring stimulus and an environmental stimulus (Cherry, 2012). Russian
psychologist Ivan Pavlov was a person who discovered classical conditioning. Classical
conditioning is important because it involves placing a neutral signal before a naturally occurring
reflex (Cherry, 2012). Pavlov experimented on dogs where he observed the behaviors of these
dogs. This paper will cover points such as defining the two different types of responses and
stimulus, selecting a scenario where classical conditioning can be applied, and describing the
scenario and making a . . .
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