Operant and Classical Conditioning
Classical conditioning was identified by Thorndike (pictured left), he experimented on a number of animals and generalised the results to humans. Classical conditioning is where a conditioned response leads to a conditioned response which has risen from unconditioned response caused by an unconditioned stimulus.
Thorndike's Law of Exercise is the theory that when the stimulus and response are connected several times, then the connection is stronger. The more is repeated, the more likely it will be learnt and become automatic.
There are different types of conditioning which have been identi…
- Classical and Operant Conditioning
- Operant and Classical Conditioning
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