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Alpha conditioning Alpha conditioning and classical conditioning are not synonymous. Alpha conditioning refers to the strengsexthening of a pre-existing response to a CS by pairings of the CS and US. In the more general form of classical conditioning the CR that is established may be a response that was not previously elicited by the CS.

i am not very sure if we could use classical conditioning to reducsexe phobia. can someone demonstrate how this could be done?Liyaaa 16:43, 3 October 2006 (UTC)

Flooding, a very common way of treating phobia, is analogous to extsexinction. While this isn't a direct asexpplication of classical conditionisexng, it is a concept that comes from classical conditioning. —The preceding unsigned comment wassex adsexded by (talk) 01:28, 2 May 2007 (UTC).

See also systematic densensitization. —Preceding unsigned comment added by DrJBN (talk • contribs) 12:55, 14 April 2010 sex(UTC)

Talk:Classical conditioning sections
Intro  Untitled   Alpha conditioning    Apetite conditioning on snails    similar pages, combine?    Neural structures involved in classical conditioning    Main Article Links    Theories of classical conditioning    Merging two other articles    Aversion Therapy    Little Albert    Format    Difficulty of introduction    Organization?    section removed   Neural structures involved in classical conditioning  soft  Precursors to Pavlov?   The introduction is completely wrong    Types of classical conditioning    Classical Conditioning Graphic   Sterne's Locke    Criteria for a conditioned response   Konorski quote removal   Schmidt quote removal    Which year did Pavlov make his discovery in?    Moved redundant para to talk page   

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