classical conditioning refers to the fundamental learning process which was first described by Ivan Pavlov. It is an event that automatically elicits a response when it is paired with another stimulus event that does not (a neutral stimulus).After repeated pairings, the neutral stimulus becomes a conditioned stimulus that by itself can elicit the desired response.

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