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For classical conditioning to be most effective, the stimulus to be conditioned should (A) occur simultaneously with the unconditioned stimulus. (B) precede the unconditioned stimulus. (C) follow the

For classical conditioning to be most effective, the stimulus to be conditioned should
(A) occur simultaneously with the unconditioned stimulus.
(B) precede the unconditioned stimulus.
(C) follow the unconditioned stimulus.
(D) be of greater intensity than the unconditioned stimulus.

For classical conditioning to be most effective, the stimulus to be conditioned should (A) occur simultaneously with the unconditioned stimulus. (B) precede the unconditioned stimulus. (C) follow the unconditioned stimulus. (D) be of greater intensity than the unconditioned stimulus.

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