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In [[Classical conditioning]] an '''[[unconditioned stimulus]]''' (US) is a stimulus that elicits a response--known as an '''unconditioned response'''--that does not need to be learned by the animal. The relationship between the unconditioned stimulus and [[unconditioned reponse]] is known as the [[unconditioned reflex]] (or unconditional reflex)
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==See also==
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*[[Operant conditioning]]
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*[[Primary reinforcement]]
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*[[Stimulation]]
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[[Category:Conditioning]]

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In Classical conditioning an unconditioned stimulus (US) is a stimulus that elicits a response--known as an unconditioned response--that does not need to be learned by the animal. The relationship between the unconditioned stimulus and unconditioned reponse is known as the unconditioned reflex (or unconditional reflex)


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