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Identify the unconditioned stimulus, unconditioned response conditioned stimulus and conditioned response. (Each label i.e. US, UR, CS, and CR)

For example: Chandler’s dog would drool every time Chandler would bring him his dinner bowl filled with food. However, Chandler was forgetful and had a hard time remembering to feed his dog at a set time each night. Therefore, he set an alarm on his phone to sound to remind him to feed his dog. After hearing the alarm go off for a week, Chandler’s dog started to drool at just the sound of the alarm, even before Chandler poured his food in his bowl.

US: Food in dog bowl

UR: Dog drooling due to food

CS: Phone alarm

CR: Dog drooling due to phone alarm

 

1.Jen just bought a fuzzy blanket, but sometimes the fuzz comes off the blanket. When she first tries out the blanket, a piece of the fuzz tickles her nose and she sneeze. This happens every time she uses the blanket. Soon she sneezes every time she wraps up with any kind of blanket.

2.It is cleaning season and the dust from the shelves causes you to sneeze. Soon you are sneezing every time you see any furniture in your home.

3.In order to start waking up for your new job, you set an alarm at 8:00 am. At first, you have a hard time waking up that early, but you work 7 days a week so your alarm goes off every day. However, you end up quitting that job to get another one where you work later in the day instead. But you still find yourself waking up at 8:00 am even without your alarm going off.

4.Whenever you watch a scary movie, you always eat a box of M&Ms. Now you find that just seeing M&Ms makes you feel scared.

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