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Chapter 6 – Learning and Reward B.F. Skinner’s work with animal through changing their behaviour based on a reward (without punishment) idea is called operant conditioning and which it is applied to people it is called behaviour modification. Learning – an enduring change in behaviour that results from experience. Associations that we develop (e.g. dentist=pain, working=money) are developed through a process called conditioning in which environment stimuli and some sort of behavioural response become connected. Two types of conditioning: Classical conditioning -when we learn that two types of events go together e.g. walking in rain=get wet Operant condition -when we learn t
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