When does inhibition of conditioned reflexes occur?

Conditioned inhibition occurs when the reinforcement of the conditioned reflex by an unconditioned stimulus ceases, and unconditioned inhibition occurs when a new strong unconditioned reflex appears, for example, a defensive or orientational reflex.

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