Classical Conditioning Theory
Classical Conditioning theory deals with the concept of pairing two or more stimulus and then relating the output response with different stimuli.
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Classical Conditioning and Phobias
Classical conditioning and phobias are interrelated, which was proven by JB Watson and Rayner in Little Albert Experiment.
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Overt Vs Covert Behavior
Overt and Covert are two different types of behavior. Behaviors are either easily observed or they are hidden.
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Covert behaviors are unobservable actions which can only be deduced by oneself. Example: Thinking, remembering, reasoning.
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Overt behavior is defined as observable behaviors such as walking, talking, and laughing.
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