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Pavlovian Side Note: You Will Fear Santa.

PAVLOV – NOT THE FRIENDLY (science) GIANT?

What (we think) Pavlov taught us: ring a bell before feeding time, and a dog will learn to associate the bell with food, and salivate just at the ring of it. 1,396 more words

Human Nuttery

Self control | Behavior | MCAT | Khan Academy

  1. Change Environment
  2. Operand Conditioning
  3. Classical Conditioning

Marshmallow Test

Rays Of Light

Your Guide To A Digital Detox

“Digital detox” and “digital diet” are two catchphrases I’ve seen used a lot lately in the wellness sphere. I get it: 2017 is still shiny and new and for many there are new year’s resolutions to be attained. 974 more words

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Classical Conditioning Ruined Deafheaven For Me

On why you should never set your favourite song as your ringtone

 You all know what classical conditioning is, right? Learning by association, ring a bell when you feed a dog, dog learns to salivate at the sound of the bell. 1,115 more words

Psychology

Musing on Intelligence-- Part 7: Learning and Memory

This is Part 7 of a multi-part series where I explore various topics on intelligence bringing together ideas from biology, brain studies, psychology, computer science and engineering. 2,291 more words

Technology

Equine Cognition and a Breakdown of Applied Learning Theories

Now that we looked at equestrian sports from the horse’s perspective and also dug into origins and explanations of traditional training; let us once again jump to some studies to find out… 2,937 more words

Animal Science

Distractions in the 21st century

Disclaimer: These are my views on how distractions can have a lasting effect on the minds of kids. Any resemblance to practices followed in anyone’s household is purely coincidental. 902 more words

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