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Comparison of classical conditioning and operant conditioning

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    Grace W.
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    Grace W.

    classical conditioning is passive and reinforcement occures before the response and its automatic and involuntary whereelse operant conditioning is active and reinforcement occures after the response its soo voluntary and involuntary its reinforcements depends on the response being made

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    Peter Awuni A.
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    Peter Awuni A.

    Which of the two is best for teaching and learning?

    Martha Ndategelela M.
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    Martha Ndategelela M.

    marvellous

    Odhiambo W.
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    Odhiambo W.

    Completed and understood well

    Lucky M.
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    Lucky M.

    Operant condition can be described as a process that attempts to modify behaviour through the use of positive and negative reinforcement. Through operant conditioning , an individual makes an association between a particular behaviour and a consequence while Classical conditioning involves forming an association between two stimuli resulting in a learned response.

    Melissa Stephanie A.
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    Melissa Stephanie A.

    This technique is about teaching from another angle its more like a compromise, where normal ways of teaching and learning is to reward after something has happened examples being good work or correct way of doing task in this system it almost as though they promise if you reward first then the task will then be done, not something that is seen as frequent as giving reward afterwards nevertheless it is still about teaching and learning.

    Tamekia Dominquie T.
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    Tamekia Dominquie T.

    We learn this way every day in our lives. Imagine the last time you made a mistake; you most likely remember that mistake and do things differently when the situation comes up again. In that sense, you’ve learned to act differently based on the natural consequences of your previous actions. The same holds true for positive actions. If something you did results in a positive outcome, you are likely to do that same activity again.

    Odongo M.
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    Odongo M.

    Psychology -> Comparison of classical conditioning and operant conditioning Comparison of classical conditioning and operant conditioning ELEMENTS CLASSICAL CONDITIONING OPERANT CONDITIONING Role of learner Passive Active Timing of stimulis and response Reinforcement occurs before the response Reinforcement occurs after the response Nature of response Automatic; Involuntary Response (salivation) Depends on reinforcement (meat powder) being presented Voluntary and Involuntary Reinforcement (food pellet) depends on response (press lever) being made

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