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  • 1. classical CONDITIONING AN INTERACTIVE PRESENTATION BY: EMILY KUMMER by Gizem
  • 2. classical CONDITIONING
    • What is Classical Conditioning ?
    • Who invented this phenomenon ?
    • Terms to kno w
    • “The Office” film clip
    • Some C.C examples in every day life
    • About the author
    • Resources used
    • Concept Map
  • 3. what IS IT? Classical Conditioning is a form of behavior modification. A subject learns to respond in a desired manner to a once neutral stimulus. This stimulus is repeatedly presented along side an unconditioned stimulus that elicits the desired response, and soon enough, the neutral stimulus conducts the same response as the unconditioned. Quit
  • 4.
    • A Russian Psychologist
    • by the name of Ivan
    • Pavlov accidentally
    • stumbled upon this
    • discovery
    who DID IT? Quit
  • 5. Ivan Pavlov’s Life (1849-1936)
    • Ivan was born in Ryazan, Russia. He was the son of Peter Dmitrievich Pavlov, the village priest. He discovered psychology was his favorite subject after he wrote his first ever paper on Pancreatic Nerves. Ivan won the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1904. He was elected Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 1907, and given the Honorary doctorate at Cambridge University in 1912. As you see, he had many accomplishments during his life of 89 years.
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  • 6.
    • Pavlov wanted to learn about gastric function of dogs, so he rerouted his Kanine’s salivary glands to the outside of their cheeks. He noticed salivation occurring before the food was delivered, and became interested in what he later termed “psychic secretion.”
    how DID IT OCCUR? Click here to link to a video on Pavlov’s experiment Quit
  • 7. T ERMS
        • 1. Unconditioned Stimulus : a thing that can already elicit a response.
        • 2. Unconditioned Response : a thing that is already elicited by a stimulus.
        • 3. Neutral Stimulus: stimulus that doesn’t evoke a response
        • 4. Conditioned Stimulus : a new stimulus we deliver the same time we give the old stimulus.
        • 5. Conditioned Response : the new response we created by associating a new stimulus with an old response.
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  • 8. Click to view a replica experiment From TV series “ The Office ” THE ORIGINAL experiment stimulus response Quit
  • 9.
    • Classical Conditioning is present when a song reminds you of a place or person. The song has conditioned you to think about that particular subject, even though you do not realize it!
    • Jingles and advertisements allow you to think of a company’s product when you hear it’s name, slogan or jingle. This conditioning on your brain is done in a way that you don’t realize it’s happening!
    • When the dismissal bell rings, you are aware it’s time to leave because you learn to become accustom to leaving at the sound of a bell.
    Some examples Quit
  • 10. Resources
    • Pictures of Ivan Pavlov:
    • http://content.answers.com/main/content/img/webpics/Ivan_Pavlov.jpg
    • http://www.uiowa.edu/~c169070/outlines/images/06pavlov.jpg
    • “ The Office” sample clip: http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =3kch8ToePPY
    • Dog image http://www.classomption.qc.ca/johannejanson/anniversaires/septembre/250px-One_of_Pavlov%2527s_dogs.jpg
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  • 11. Resources
    • Pavlov picture and Information
    • http:// www.ivanpavlov.com /
    • Picture of bell
    • http://www.escapade.co.uk/ProductImages/Category_114/christmas-bellC.jpg
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  • 12. CONCEPT MAP Who invented it? Resources Meet the Author Ivan’s Life Terms to Know The Office Email Link Life Examples Link to Internet What is it ? How? Original Experiment Classical Conditioning Main Slide Quit
  • 13. The Office ‘Altoid Experiment’ Return to Previous Slide Click to view video Quit
  • 14. REENACTMENT OF PAVLOV’S EXPERIMENT Return to Previous Slide Click to view video Quit
  • 15. MEET THE AUTHOR
    • Emily Kummer is a sophomore at Grand Valley State University, majoring in Biology and minoring in Computer Science, with an emphasis on secondary education. She was born and raised in West Bloomfield, and resides there in a home with her parents, 2 brothers and dog. She enjoys volleyball, cooking, football, and the lake.
    E-mail Her! Quit