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Classical Conditioning vs. Operant Conditioning

Here is some information from one of my school assignments:

Classical conditioning is “a procedure by which a previously neutral stimulus comes to elicit a response after it is paired with a stimulus that automatically elicits that response” (Kowalski & Western, 2009, p. 231 more words

Psychology

Why we don't do Santa Claus

Why we don’t do Santa Claus

I’ve actually started this blog post three different times now, and can never seem to finish it. I know that I will anger a lot of people by what I am writing, yet this doesn’t really bother me. 2,838 more words

Blog Posts

HUNGER GAMES and CLINT EASTWOOD’S ADDRESS

HUNGER GAMES and CLINT EASTWOOD’S ADDRESS

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED OCTOBER 20, 2012. SUBJECT TO REVISION BY AUTHOR ONLY, COPYRIGHT 2012.

SUBJECT TO FURTHER REVISION

If anyone doesn’t believe poliwood is complicit in classically conditioning Americans to slavery watch the movie “Hunger Games” with these things in mind. 4,757 more words

Poliwood

MOVIE REVIEWS: INTRODUCTION

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED APRIL 17 2012. SUBJECT TO REVISION BY AUTHOR ONLY, COPYRIGHT 2012.

I started writing about this movie, THE TOWN, thinking it would be a small expose and public service. 3,201 more words

Conspiracy

Introduction to Learning

Learning is a lifelong process that begins at birth and continues throughout the entire life span.  It is one of the most widely studied human experiences consisting of several components that establish human behavior.  910 more words

Cognition

Phobias

How does one become afraid of something? People say they have a phobia of spiders, the dark, or even solitude but people are not born with fears; they are created through life events. 654 more words

Essays/Literary Works