A Look at Psychological Conditioning
Conditioning is learning associations between environmental stimuli and behavioral responses.
There are two types of conditioning.
Classical conditioning is defined as when your learning occurs when a neutral stimulus becomes associated with an unconditioned stimulus to yield a conditioned response. It is also known as Pavlovian conditioning, or respondent conditioning. A good example would be the scenario we covered in class, with Pavlow and the dog. At first, the unconditioned stimulus was the food, and the unconditioned response was the dog's salvation. …
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