Conditioning Learning is a process in psychology that is used to enforce new behavior in an organism. There are two major types of conditioning learning. Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning These forms of conditioning learning have both similarities and differences. Their main purpose is same, which is acquiring new behavior. But the process of how that is … [Read more...] about Classical vs Operant Conditioning
Conditioned stimulus is a part of the learning theory Classical Conditioning. In this theory of learning, conditioned stimulus is a neutral stimulus that triggers some sort of response when paired or associated with an unconditioned stimulus (natural stimulus). The response triggered then is referred to as conditioned response. Pavlov’s Experiment Ivan Pavlov first discovered … [Read more...] about What is a Conditioned Stimulus?
Conditioned emotional response can be referred as learned emotional reaction or response to certain conditioned stimulus. The term “Condition-ed” has been made popular by American psychologists as it tends to make more sense when defining the term CER. The exact translation of Pavlov’s terms from Russian to English defines the term CER as Conditional Emotional Response. How … [Read more...] about Conditioned Emotional Response
In a sentence, Classical conditioning can defined as learning by association. The term can also be referred to as “reflex learning” or “respondent learning”. Pavlov, full name – Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, was the Russian physiologist who discovered a major type of learning called Classical Conditioning. The discovery was not intentional. He came across it by accident while … [Read more...] about Pavlov Classical Conditioning
Classical Conditioning is a form of associative learning which deals with learning of a new behavior via associating various stimuli. Classical Conditioning theory deals with the concept of pairing two or more stimulus and then relating the output response with different stimuli. Simply put, an organism is conditioned in such an environment that it produces the conditioned … [Read more...] about Classical Conditioning Theory