NEUTRAL STIMULUS

is a stimulus which whilst does stimulate a response from the nervous system, the response which is triggered is not the sort which would be measured in an index of conditioning.

NEUTRAL STIMULUS: "Some stimuli, whilst they arouse the nervous system, they don"
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