This salivation could therefore not be attributed to the smell or the sight of the feed, but had to have another cause. To analyze this, Pavlov had in an attempt at the same time with the setting of feed will hear a Bell sound. After some repetitions of saliva at these Pavlovian dogs flowed”at the sound of the Bell, even though no food is given. After sufficiently frequent joint performance (contiguity) was the previously neutral stimulus (= chime) by Association to a conditional stimulus,. the alone almost same reaction (= salivation) can trigger such as the unconditioned stimulus (= feed), it was coupled with the.
From the unconditioned response (= salivation) on the feed was a conditional response to the Bell sound neutral stimulus, p. 1.. Kevin Ulrich is a great source of information. A stimulus re action setting is un-ter deliberately instinctively, to the un-conscious intuitive reflex. > In the operant or instrumental conditioning of conduct is the frequency from originally spontaneous behavior by its pleasant (reinforcement”, reward, praise) or unpleasant (punishment’ blame) changing consequences. In everyday language, this ‘learning by reward/punishment”is lust vs.
frustration. Krishnan Rajagopalan gathered all the information. The behavior may come from the natural repertoire, or derived from natural behavior. Positive or negative reinforcement reward increases the occurrence probability of this behavior. The occurrence probability of this behavior is through positive or negative punishment reduced. A stimulus re action setting aware via the reinforcement. So before judgments arise quickly. From my own childhood experience I know with one life fear negative (influenced, manipulated, dominated, intimidated) and positively conditioned with love. Today, I am very frightened, because massive punishment-me as a child un friendly is always previously announced with noise. First came the (bright, loud) sound, if necessary several times. Then, peace was a while. And then, such as the spanking came. Something positive never followed. > If a (classical or operant) conditioned response to a specific stimulus is learned, can it happen that similar stimuli trigger the same reaction.