Monday, October 26, 2009

Classical versus Operant Conditioning

Jim Biederman from the Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Cambridge and Coon Rapids, MN has developed a number of study aides for his General Psychology students helping them to sort out the the differences between classical and operant conditioning. They include a short document reviewing the types of conditioning, and two sets of examples to help students apply the information to the real world.

Classical and Operant Conditioning Study Sheet

Conditioning Examples Set 1 - examples and answers on the same sheet

Conditioning Examples Set 2 - examples with answers at a linked location

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