A person has just finished his lunch and feels satisfied. Then he sees some sweet dish served on the adjoining table. This signals its taste in his mouth, and triggers the secretion of saliva. He feels like eating it. This is a conditioning Response.
Give an example of conditioned stimulus and unconditioned stimulus.
Suppose a child catches an inflated balloon which bursts in her hands making a loud noise. The child becomes afraid. Now the next time she is made to hold a balloon, it becomes a signal or cue for noise and elicits fear response. This happens because of contiguous presentation of balloon as a conditioned stimulus and loud noise as an unconditioned stimulus.