Positive Punishment

Punishment is a fundamental concept used in the theory of Operant conditioning. The main objective of a punishment is to decrease the rate of certain undesired behavior from occurring again.

Conditioned Emotional Response

Conditioned emotional response can be referred as learned emotional reaction or response to certain conditioned stimulus.

Operant Conditioning

Operant conditioning is a form of conditioning learning discovered by B.F. Skinner in 1938.

Operant Conditioning Examples

Most famous example of Operant conditioning is the experiments conducted by B.F. Skinner with lab rats.

Operant Conditioning Definition and Concepts

Operant conditioning can be defined as a form of learning in which behaviors are dependent on, or controlled by its rewards and consequences.

Skinner’s Theory on Operant Conditioning

B.F. Skinner proposed the theory to study complex human behavior by studying the voluntary responses shown by an organism when placed in the certain environment.

Classical Conditioning Examples

Most famous classical conditioning examples are the Pavlov experiment and The Little Albert Experiment. But, classical conditioning occurs in our daily life.

Classical Conditioning

Classical conditioning is a learning process that deals with learning of new behavior via the process of association.

Principles of Classical Conditioning

There are four major principles involved in the theory of Classical Conditioning. The learning process is based on these principles.

Pavlov Classical Conditioning

Ivan Pavlov was the physiologist who developed the concept of Classical Conditioning. His experiments are the base of this theory.

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