Pavlov'S Dogs

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Psychology

 

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James W

 

Date added:

July 19, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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There, he reflected on his previous work. He had noticed during his previous work that dogs naturally produced amounts of saliva depending on what they were given to eat. The dogs salivated little amounts for moist food, larger amounts for dry food, and varying amounts for inedible objects. He then had the theory that the dogs had learned from experience to associate food with the appearance of certain signals—the conditioned stimuli...
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The dogs salivated little amounts for moist food, larger amounts for dry food, and varying amounts for inedible objects. He then had the theory that the dogs had learned from experience to associate food with the appearance of certain signals—the conditioned stimuli. He set up a lab to train dogs to salivate at random signals, conditioned stimuli...
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