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In this article, Watson is explained as being the father of behaviorism and explores his ideas and theories important to behaviorism. One such idea is his theory of classical and operant conditioning. Behaviorists commonly make a distinction between respondent and operant behavior. Respondent responses include relatively simple reflexes and emotional responses, which are elicited by appropriate stimuli even prior to learning. Through conditioning, such responses may come to be elicited by a wide range of other stimuli, such as Pavlov's experiments. …
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