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Behavioral Theories: Stimulus, Response and the Association Between

One of the clearest memories from elementary school is a classmate who oftentimes get into trouble – getting caught cheating, refusing to follow commitments, pulling a prank and disrupting attention. 1,661 more words

Learning And Education

Classical Conditioning

When hearing the words “classical conditioning” and you know just the tiniest bit about psychology, you’re probably thinking of Pavlov and his dogs. Pavlov, who studied the physiology of digestion, noticed that his experimental subjects (dogs) started salivating at the mere sight of the food dish, or even at the sound of approaching footsteps of their feeder. 214 more words


If I were a godzilla-monster, I would track by scent

Years ago, I discovered something strange: the smell of cardboard makes me happy.

I was working at breaking down close to a hundred large cardboard boxes in a relatively small room, and after a while the smell filled the whole space.   123 more words


My Just Desserts

Within classical conditioning a behavior that provokes a negative reaction is usually a behavior that is short lived.  I, on the other hand, must be a glutton for punishment. 765 more words

Personal Notes for: Behaviorism

y1. Basic Assumptions of Behavioral Theories of Learning:

  1. Behaviorism: All behaviors are mere responses to the environment and can always be traced to some physical or external cause.
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Personal Story about Classical Conditioning

In this post I’m just going to tell you a personal story about classical conditioning, it’s a sad story. Draw your own conclusion.

“There was a dog, a very good dog, that jumped up visitors because he gets excited a lot. 241 more words


EXPERIMENTAL RHYMES- Pavlov's Experiment

Pavlov’s Dog Experiment

Old man Pavlov had a dog,eeyaeeya o

And on this dog he tried some stuff,eeyaaeeya o

He rang a bell and gave it food, 92 more words

Experimental Rhymes