DEFINITION
Conditioned Response

A type of learning in which repeated exposure to something may affect a person’s behavior when they encounter an unrelated object, sound or smell that occurred at the same time as the initial exposure. For example, a patient who always feels sick after receiving chemotherapy in a clinic that smells a certain way may be conditioned to feel sick when smelling the same odor in a different place.

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