Give examples of unconditional and conditional inhibition.

According to IP Pavlov’s classification, inhibition is divided into two types: unconditional inhibition and conditional inhibition. Unconditioned inhibition includes species-specific forms that do not need to be developed – they are innate. For example, while eating, the animal becomes less careful, acute pain does not allow a person to think rationally, in a circle of strangers, a person may lose thought, even if he knows the topic well. Conditioned inhibition includes those types that are developed during life, they are individual, and require special training. For example, if a person in uniform takes care of a dog in the kennel, then it will react more calmly to a stranger in uniform than to the same person in civilian clothes.

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