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  • 1 Unconditioned — Un con*di tioned, a. 1. Not conditioned or subject to conditions; unconditional. [1913 Webster] 2. (Metaph.) Not subject to condition or limitations; infinite; absolute; hence, inconceivable; incogitable. Sir W. Hamilton. [1913 Webster] {The… …

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  • 2 unconditioned — [un΄kən dish′ənd] adj. 1. UNCONDITIONAL 2. Philos. infinite; absolute 3. Psychol. not acquired by conditioning; natural; inborn [an unconditioned reflex] …

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  • 3 unconditioned — index absolute (conclusive), categorical, peremptory (absolute) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4 unconditioned — adjective Date: circa 1631 1. not subject to conditions or limitations 2. a. not dependent on or subjected to conditioning or learning ; natural < unconditioned responses > b. producing an unconditioned response < unconditioned stimuli > …

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  • 5 unconditioned — un·con·di·tioned dish ənd adj 1) not dependent on or subjected to conditioning or learning <unconditioned responses> 2) producing an unconditioned response <unconditioned stimuli> * * * un·con·di·tioned (un″kən… …

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  • 6 unconditioned — unconditionedness, n. /un keuhn dish euhnd/, adj. 1. not subject to conditions; absolute. 2. Psychol. not proceeding from or dependent on a conditioning of the individual; natural; innate: unconditioned behavior. Cf. conditioned (def. 3). [1625… …

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  • 7 unconditioned — adj. Unconditioned is used with these nouns: ↑stimulus …

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  • 8 unconditioned — adj. 1 not subject to conditions or to an antecedent condition. 2 (of behaviour etc.) not determined by conditioning; natural. Phrases and idioms: unconditioned reflex an instinctive response to a stimulus …

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  • 9 unconditioned — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Without limitations or mitigating conditions: absolute, unconditional, unqualified, unreserved. See LIMITED …

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  • 10 unconditioned — adj. not subject to conditions, absolute; innate …

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  • 11 unconditioned — adjective 1》 unconditional. 2》 relating to or denoting instinctive reflexes or other behaviour not formed or influenced by conditioning or learning. 3》 not subjected to a conditioning process …

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  • 12 unconditioned — a. 1. Not conditioned. 2. Infinite, inconceivable, incogitable …

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  • 13 unconditioned — un·conditioned …

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  • 14 unconditioned — /ʌnkənˈdɪʃənd/ (say unkuhn dishuhnd) adjective 1. not subject to conditions; absolute. 2. Psychology unlearned; natural; innate …

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  • 15 unconditioned response — or unconditioned reflex, Psychology. a response that occurs without specific learning or experience when a stimulus is presented. The knee jerk is an unconditioned reflex …

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  • 16 unconditioned reflex — noun an automatic instinctive unlearned reaction to a stimulus • Syn: ↑reflex, ↑reflex response, ↑reflex action, ↑instinctive reflex, ↑innate reflex, ↑inborn reflex, ↑physiological reaction …

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  • 17 unconditioned response — a response elicited spontaneously by an unconditioned stimulus; an unlearned response, i.e., one that occurs naturally. Called also inborn or unconditioned reflex …

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  • 18 unconditioned reflexes — nesąlyginiai refleksai statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Įgimti refleksai, atsirandantys esant tapačiam dirgikliui. atitikmenys: angl. unconditioned reflexes vok. unbedingte Reflexe rus. безусловные рефлексы …

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  • 19 unconditioned reflex — see under response …

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  • 20 unconditioned stimulus — any stimulus naturally capable of eliciting a specific response …

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