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please give me single line definition of conditioned response, uncoditioned response, conditioned and unconditioned stimulus.
could not grab the logic of these terms from book.
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CS : Conditioned stimulus associated with any material object like bell . if example we provide meat to the dog with the ringing bell then it will be conditioned stimulus and salivation will be CR conditioned response .

if we talk about natural process then while providing meat to the dog salivation will be there UC stimulus without any condition of the bell so it will be UC RESPONSE .

understand this concept with pavlov experiment of dog saliva with the ringing bell and meat .
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US:
The stimulus that elicits an unconditioned (Natural/neutral) response.
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The stimulus (previously natural/neutral) that elicits conditional response.
UR:
The response that occurs as a result of neutral stimulus.
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The response that occurs as a result of pairing the neutral stimulus with an conditional stimulus.
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if we talk about natural process then while providing meat to the dog salivation will be there UC stimulus without any condition of the bell so it will be UC RESPONSE .

understand this concept with pavlov experiment of dog saliva with the ringing bell and meat .
Dear friend,
if there is any other example there to understand the concept of Unconditioned stimulus and unconditoned response as both are involuntary by nature....?
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any update in this regard ?
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