Medical Definition of Pavlovian conditioning

1. A type of conditioning, first studied by I. P. Pavlov, in which a previously neutral stimulus (bell sound) elicits a response (salivation) as a result of pairing it (associating it contiguously in time) a number of times with an unconditioned or natural stimulus for that response (food shown to a hungry dog). Synonym: pavlovian conditioning. (05 Mar 2000)



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