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noun, plural: unconditioned stimuli
In classical conditioning, it is a type of stimulus that evokes an unconditioned response.
For example, food as an unconditioned stimulus causes a hungry animal to salivate. Salivation is the unconditioned behavioural response.
Compare: conditioned stimulus
See also: classical conditioning
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