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Classical Conditioning - An Introduction With Examples - Psychology
Classical conditioning is a type of learning that had a major influence on the school of thought in psychology known as behaviorism. Discovered by Russian ...
Classical Conditioning - About.com Psychology
Classical conditioning is a learning technique that is often used in behavioral training.
Classical Conditioning - Overview of Classical Conditioning
Classical conditioning is one of the most important concepts in behavioral psychology. Learn more about the classical conditioning process, how it was ...
Principles of Classical Conditioning - Psychology - About.com
In addition to the basic classical conditioning process, there are a number of phenomena that play a role in classical conditioning. Find information on ...
Classical vs Operant Conditioning - Psychology - About.com
Classical and operant conditioning are two important concepts central to behavioral psychology. While both result in learning, the processes are quite different.
Pavlov's Dogs & the Discovery of Classical Conditioning - Psychology
The concept of classical conditioning is studied by every entry-level psychology student, so it may be surprising to learn that the man who first noted this ...
Classical and Operant Conditioning Study Guide - Psychology
This study guide offers an overview of classical and operant conditioning, including major thinkers and key terms.
What Is Acquisition ? (Classical Conditioning)
Acquisition refers to the first stages of learning when a response is established. In classical conditioning, it refers to the period of time when the stimulus comes ...
What Is a Conditioned Taste Aversion? - Psychology - About.com
A conditioned taste aversion is a classically conditioned avoidance of certain foods. These conditioned responses occur when eating a food is followed by ...
What Is Discrimination in Classical Conditioning? - Psychology
In classical conditioning, discrimination is the ability to differentiate between a conditioned stimulus and other stimuli that have not been paired with an ...
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