What is FORWARD CONDITIONING?

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Pavlovian conditioning. the pairing of 2 stimuli that are presented before the unconditioned stimulus. Also called forward pairing. Compare backward conditioning.

FORWARD CONDITIONING: "Forward conditioning is part of Pavlovian conditioning."

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