Discussion in 'Health' started by Cxhjerseys, May 24, 2020.
What is stimulus generalization?
Stimulus generalization is a concept in psychology where, if you're exposed to a certain stimulus and are conditioned to react in a certain way to it, you will also react in a very similar way to stimuli that look or seem to be very similar to the original stimulus. An example of this would be if you were bitten by a dog and are conditioned to being afraid of being bitten by a dog, you will be also likely afraid of similar dogs when you see them in different situations.
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