2. Pavlov’s Experiments with Conditioned Learning

In Pavlov’s experiments, the dogs were isolated and harnessed, and their food bowls placed in front of them. Tubes in their cheeks measured salivation. Where salivation around food is an unconditioned response, Pavlov determined the dogs' response to lab assistants without food was conditioned. They developed the reaction because they had come to associate people in white coats with food.


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