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Operant Conditioning, a Way of Changing Behavior


Change, both in therapy and daily life, can be brought about with different modifications. Your behavior is what it is for several different reasons. These involve your personal history, your emotional baggage, your capabilities, and the rewards you want to get from your behavior (operant conditioning). Thorndike originally studied this particular area of experimental psychology. He developed differential psychology. Then, Pavlov identified classical conditioning. After that came Skinner. He developed operant conditioning and the punishment and reward system. Defended by the behavioral model, operant conditioning is a kind of learning. It means you act according to the consequences you expect…

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