Classical Conditioning: a basic form of learning.

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What's Different Between the Classical and Operant Conditioning?

What's Difference Between the Classical and Operant Conditioning?

Operant conditioning: Behavior is modified by antecedents & consequences (ABC's).  +/- Reinforcements & Punishments.

Negative reinforcement two types: Escape learning: remove a current negative stimulus Avoidance Learning: prevent a future negative stimulus

The Effects of Positive and Negative Reinforcement

The Effects of Positive and Negative Reinforcement

Developed by the Russian scientist Ivan Pavlov, classical conditioning is the first type of learning wherein an organism responds to an environmental stimulus.

Classical Conditioning - a good video explaining Ivan Pavlov's theory (Classical Conditioning) with some of the original footage of Pavlov at work.

Classical Conditioning - Ivan Pavlov Video of the original experiment – stimulus / response unconditioned / conditioned response

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