Classical conditioning is a form of associative learning in which a neutral stimulus (conditioned stimulus, CS) is paired with another stimulus (unconditioned stimulus, US) that brings about an automatic, unlearned response. After the association is learned, the CS is sufficient to elicit the automatic response that is normally elicited by the US.
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