This is one of the funniest web comics I’ve seem in a long time. Click on the picture above to visit.
And now a preview:
okay. now. call me stupid. but i don’t get that one. all of his other ones make perfect sense…but uh…clarification please?
Are you sure you want me to call you stupid?
“The original and most famous example of classical conditioning involved the salivary conditioning of Pavlov’s dogs. During his research on the physiology of digestion in dogs, Pavlov noticed that, rather than simply salivating in the presence of meat powder (an innate response to food that he called the unconditioned response), the dogs began to salivate in the presence of the lab technician who normally fed them. Pavlov called these psychic secretions. From this observation he predicted that, if a particular stimulus in the dog’s surroundings were present when the dog was presented with meat powder, then this stimulus would become associated with food and cause salivation on its own. In his initial experiment, Pavlov used bells to call the dogs to their food and, after a few repetitions, the dogs started to salivate in response to the bell.” – Wikipedia
wow! okay! that’s very cool, laddy.
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