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In Pavlov's experiments, the ringing of a bell was a(n) A. unconditioned response. B. conditioned response. C. unconditioned stimulus. D. conditioned stimulus.
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User: In Pavlov's experiments, the ringing of a bell was a(n) A. unconditioned response. B. conditioned response. C. unconditioned stimulus. D. conditioned stimulus.

Weegy: For example, Pavlov's dogs stopped salivating when the dispenser sound ... this is an example of classical conditioning
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User: Carlos says a carnivore is an animal that eats meat. Alan says that a carnivore is an animal that eats only plant material. Who is correct? A. Only Alan B. Neither Carlos nor Alan C. Both Carlos and Alan D. Only Carlos

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User: The concept of classical conditioning is based upon which of the following scientist's experiments? A. Charles Darwin B. B. F. Skinner C. Ivan Pavlov D. John Watson

Weegy: The concept of classical conditioning is based upon C. Ivan Pavlov's experiments.
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