Thursday, June 25, 2020

Classical versus Operant Conditioning

    During Classical conditioning, behavior is involuntary and inflexible. The behavior is elicited by the stimulus. Conditioning deals with stimulus-responce. During Operant conditioning ,the behavior is voluntary and flexible. The behavior also is emitted by the organism. This type of conditioning deals with a stimulus-responce, just like Operant Conditioning. This conditioning usually does not involve patterns of behavior that are innate.

1 comment:

  1. I really enjoyed the video you chose for operant and classical conditioning! I am a visual learner so it definitely helped me achieve a deeper understanding from a new perspective. You did a great job on your post!