Behavioral Approach

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Classical Conditioning
: conditioning in which the conditioned stimulus (as the sound of a bell) is paired with and precedes the unconditioned stimulus (as the sight of food) until the conditioned stimulus alone is sufficient to elicit the response (as salivation in a dog)
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Operant Conditioning
Operant conditioning (also, “instrumental conditioning”) is a learning process in which behavior is sensitive to, or controlled by its consequences. E.G Skinner, Rat and lever (lever = food)
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Positive Reinforcement
Giving a positive response to a behavior. E.g something is given to dog. Increases like hood of behavior being repeated
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Negative Reinforcement
E.g Somethinig is taken from dog Increases like hood of behavior being repeated.
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Positive Punishment
something is given from dog. Decreases like hood of behavior being repeated.
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Negative Punishment
something is take from dog. Decreases like hood of behavior being repeated.
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Operant conditioning (also, “instrumental conditioning”) is a learning process in which behavior is sensitive to, or controlled by its consequences. E.G Skinner, Rat and lever (lever = food)

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Operant Conditioning

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Giving a positive response to a behavior. E.g something is given to dog. Increases like hood of behavior being repeated

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E.g Somethinig is taken from dog Increases like hood of behavior being repeated.

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something is given from dog. Decreases like hood of behavior being repeated.

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