students to provide two examples of learning experiences, one using operant conditioning and one using classical conditioning, and to explain how these examples align with the principles of Behaviorism.

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students to provide two examples of learning experiences, one using operant conditioning and one using classical conditioning, and to explain how these examples align with the principles of Behaviorism.

 
Behaviorism is a fundamental concept in educational psychology. Learning takes place because of two kinds of conditioning: operant and classical. Classical conditioning is based on autonomic responses, not decisions. Classical conditioning begins with autonomic nervous system “automatic” responses like salivation, or fear. Operant conditioning relies on decisions made by (the subject’s) choice. Once elicited a behavior is reinforced, punished, or ignored
To begin our discussion, please provide two examples of ways you learned something (as a child or an adult) and explain how this learning might be explained according to the tenets of Behaviorism. Select one example of operant conditioning and one example of classical conditioning. Explain how your two choices meet the definition of the kind of conditioning you have selected. Please use research to support your analysis and do not repeat a peer’s example
 Complete the following readings from your textbook, Educational Psychology:
Chapter 7: Behavioral Views of Learning
Chapter 14: Teaching Every Student

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