Blocking is when an individual is not open to their own intuition and is analyzing, justifying and explaining their thoughts and experiences they are said to be blocking.

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"Blocking" is in the UNSPSC Code "41105329"
Blocking agents

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Blocking refers to a phenomenon in which an organism does not learn a new stimulus that signals an unconditioned stimulus, because the new stimulus is presented simultaneously with a stimulus that is already effective as a signal. Blocking is when a previously learned conditioned stimulus (CS) "blocks" learning to a new conditioned stimulus (CS) presented in a compound with it because the new one is redundant. Blocking is a phenomenon in classical conditioning in which conditioning to a specific stimulus becomes difficult or impossible because of prior conditioning to another stimulus.
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