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Ivan Pavlov

What is  the Classical Conditioning ?

The Classical Conditioning by Ivan Pavlov says that the paring of a conditional stimulus (bell) with an unconditioned stimulus (meat) elicits an unconditioned response (salivation). Repetition produces a conditional reflex in which the bell alone elicits salivation in his dog.

On the other hand in the Operant Conditioning by Skinner learning occurs as a consequence of reinforcement. If a response is reinforced, its frequency will increase, but if it is punished, its frequency will decrease.

(Edited by Dr. María Moya Guirao, MD)

"Ivan Pavlov"

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