What role do conditioned reflexes play in human life? What are their differences from the unconditional?

1) Conditioned reflexes provide human learning and the ability to quickly adapt to changing environmental conditions.
2) Conditioned reflexes are individual, intermittent, not inherited, acquired throughout life
3) In the formation of a conditioned reflex, a temporary connection is formed in the cerebral cortex; and in the unconditioned reflex arc passes through the spinal cord or brain stem

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