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if a slamming door is a conditioned stimulus, then being able to distinguish between the sound of a slamming door and the sound of a heavy item being dropped would

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A motivational distinction would be shown if you are able to distinguish between the sound of a slamming door and the sound of a heavy item being dropped.

Explanation:

Sounds, smells, activities, etc., are unknowingly connected to the brain by what follows the frequency of the sound, smell, or action. This phenomenon can be referred to as a conditioned stimulus. The brain also has a mechanism that has consciously and unconsciously developed its own that enables it to distinguish between such stimulus events and other similar events. This phenomenon is called induced discrimination.