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Classical conditioning and operant conditioning are two learning paradigms within the behaviorist tradition. a major difference between these two paradigms is that:

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Classical Conditioning was used by Ivan Pavlov to show how a signal can stimulate a response such as a bell. Here the dog associates the sound of a bell to food.

Operant Conditioning, on the other hand, was used by B.F Skinner. It associated reinforcement and punishment with a certain desired behavior. For example, a dog eagerly gets the ball because it gets something in return. Punishment can be a ground for not having something that a person wants, so the person avoids breaking the rules.

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In operant conditioning, positive reinforcement ______ the likelihood of repeating a response, negative reinforcement ______ the likelihood of repeating a response, and punishment ______ the likelihood of repeating a response.

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Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 05:28 AM

Negative reinforcement increases the likelihood of repeating a response
Negative punishment decreases the likelihood of repeating a response
In operant conditioning, positive reinforcement increase the likelihood of repeating a response

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Classical and operant conditioning are forms of ________ learning.

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Classical and operant conditioning are forms of ________ learning.

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