Answer to Question #147577 in Psychology for Te Paul

Question #147577
every day joe's other comes home from work and rings the door bell before entering the house. a few seconds later a she enters the house she gives joe a big hug that he finds pleasurable. eventually joe shows excitement and joy to the sound of the door bell.
using classical conditioning explain why joe gets excited at the sound of the bell
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Expert's answer
2020-12-01T09:12:26-0500

      Joe eventually develops and shows excitement and joy to the bell's sound because of the conditioned stimulus that led to a conditioned response. His mother hugging after him after entering the house after ringing the bell is a conditioned stimulus. Eventually, Joe develops interest and joy in the bell sound due to repeated bell ringing serving as a conditioned stimulus. Therefore the excitement and joy after the bell ring is a conditioned response. Joe's mother hugging him and ringing the bell after coming from work remains a conditioned stimulus that develops excitement and joy towards the bell sound after his mother ringing the bell, which stands as a conditioned response that always occurs after Joe mother rings the bell.


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