learning produces memories and memories allow for learning.
Classical conditioning occurs by pairing a(n) _____ with a(n)_____ to produce a response.
unconditioned stimulus; conditioned stimulus
Rachel is training her dog, Duke, to bark when there is a knock on the door. She already knows that squeaking a mouse toy will make Duke bark. So, she decides to squeak the mouse and knock on the door at the same time to condition Duke to bark. What is the unconditioned stimulus in this case?
the squeaking mouse
The Rescorla-Wagner model showed that classical conditioning actually involved a cognitive aspect based on the organism’s _____.
The adaptive ability for organisms to transfer learning of one particular instance to another very similar case is evidence of:
Presenting _______ increase(s) the likelihood of a behavior happening; removing _______ decrease(s) the likelihood of the behavior.