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Classical Conditioning (Association Theory)

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Classical Conditioning (Association Theory)

CLASSICAL CONDITIONING

(Association Theory)

Classical Conditioning = creating relationships by association over trials

"Unconditioned": Unlearned, untaught, pre-existing relationship

*NO rewards or punishment involved!*

"Conditioned": Associate/bond/link something new to pre-existing relationship

We all know about Pavlov's Dog, but how can we apply Classical Conditioning to the classroom?

Create a positive classroom environment to help students overcome anxiety!

Pairing an anxiety provoking situation, such as performing in front of a group, with pleasant surroundings helps the student learn new associations. Instead of feeling anxious and tense in these situations, students will learn to stay calm and relaxed.

Unconditioned Response must occur naturally


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