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In classical conditioning, a stimulus is used to provoke or elicit a response that __________.
In classical conditioning, a stimulus is used to provoke or elicit a response that : it didn't elicit naturally before conditioning occurred.
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In classical conditioning, a stimulus is used to provoke or elicit a response that : it didn't elicit naturally before conditioning occurred.
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One of the implications of John B. Watson’s work was that human phobias might be the result of classical conditioning.
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One of the implications of John B. Watson’s work was that human phobias might be the result of classical conditioning. TRUE.
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