Essays on Operant Conditioning

The Differences Between Classic And Operant Conditioning

Research into learning often concentrates on what is being learned, but the emphasis of learning theory is on the process of learning itself, in broad terms ‘how is it learned’. When we focus on the end product of learning – ‘what’ is being learned – we might assume that the learning itself is deliberate and...
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Operant Conditioning And Self Destructive Behaviours

Operant conditioning is a form of learning in which responses come to be controlled by their consequences as mentioned by (Weiten Briefer 9e). It goes on to say that these patterns of behaviour are elicited by environmental stimuli. This form of behaviour can be controlled by decreasing an old habit by adopting a new habit...
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