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How do Classical & Operant Conditioning Differ? Pavlov vs. Skinner ( The Grudge Match)
CLASSICAL CONDITIONING zHow do we learn involuntary responses? zNS + UCS = UCR UCS zCS = CR
Classical Conditioning zYou Tube clip-Watson and Baby Albert zBrave New World zClockwork Orange
OPERANT CONDITIONING zIzIn operant conditioning we learn VOLUNTARY responses. zVzVoluntary Response zpzplus a positive reinforcement ztztherefore the same response is likely to occur again
Examples of OC zHarvard" urban legend” zSkinner Box zGuided missiles in WWII zSkinner Pigeon clip- you tube
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