- Conditioned response (CR) : Conditioned response refers to an acquired response to a stimulus that was previously neutral; a response that, through repeated pairings, is evoked by a formerly neutral stimulus; a learned response elicited by a conditioned stimulus.


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Conditioned response (CR) is a term in Classical conditioning, which is the response that first followed a natural stimulus but that now follows a conditioned stimulus

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