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conditioned suppression

noun

psychol the reduction in the frequency of a learned response, e.g. pressing a bar for water, that occurs when a stimulus previously associated with pain is present

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Nearby words

conditionalization, conditionally, conditioned, conditioned response, conditioned stimulus, conditioned suppression, conditioner, conditioning, condo, condole, condolence
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