conditioned response
conditioned response conditioned response n. a behavioral response to a stimulus that has been acquired by experience or conditioning.

Syn: CER, conditioned emotion. [WordNet 1.5]


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  • conditioned response — /kənˌdɪʃənd rəˈspɒns/ (say kuhn.dishuhnd ruh spons) noun Psychology an acquired response elicited by a stimulus, object or situation (conditioned stimulus) other than the stimulus to which it is the natural or normal response (unconditioned… …   Australian English dictionary

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  • conditioned reflex — n. a reflex in which the response (e.g., secretion of saliva in a dog) is occasioned by a secondary stimulus (e.g., the ringing of a bell) repeatedly associated with the primary stimulus (e.g., the sight of meat): also conditioned response * * * …   Universalium

  • conditioned reflex — n. a reflex in which the response (e.g., secretion of saliva in a dog) is occasioned by a secondary stimulus (e.g., the ringing of a bell) repeatedly associated with the primary stimulus (e.g., the sight of meat): also conditioned response …   English World dictionary

  • conditioned reflex — noun an acquired response that is under the control of (conditional on the occurrence of) a stimulus (Freq. 2) • Syn: ↑conditional reflex, ↑acquired reflex, ↑conditional reaction, ↑conditioned reaction, ↑conditional response, ↑conditioned… …   Useful english dictionary

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