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Conditioned suppression is a classical conditioning procedure that leads to a conditioned emotional response. That is a reduction in the frequency of a conditioned response] (CR) resulting from the presence of a stimulus previously associated with pain.

The conditioned suppression procedure involves a Pavlovian pairing of a conditioned stimulus (CS) with an aversive unconditioned stimulus (US), eg electrical shock. It has been used in a number of situations and is especially useful for studying the acquisition and extinction of conditioned fear.

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