Conditioned reflex , Biology

CONDITIONED REFLEX -

  1. Response which is achieved by training is conditioned reflex.
  2. I. P. Pavlov in 1920 displayed it by experimenting on dog.
  3. These are voluntary in learning and later on involuntary.
  4. Aquired during life but not inherited.
  5. Developed by experience.
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