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Second-order conditioning

second-order conditioning

The use of a previously successfully conditioned stimulus as the unconditioned stimulus for further conditioning.

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... Alzheimer's. We consume and consume. Our brains shut down to conserve energy leaving our bodies controlled by habits and instincts and classical conditioning. It is not the food driving people to work. It is advertising. Pavlov's dogs salivated at the bell. People consume at the feeling. Coca ...

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As I remembered most of his work involved research in temperament, conditioning and involuntary reflex actions. He prepared thesis "Centrifugal nerves of the heart" for which he was awarded Noble Prize (1904). Isn't it ?

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