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Dr. Amos Wilson Conditioning to Manipulate Desires
09 Jul 2019
Dr. Amos Wilson Conditioning to Manipulate Desires
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An example of Operant Conditioning: The hungry rats

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Operant conditioning separates itself from classical conditioning because it is highly complex, integrating positive and negative conditioning into its practices; whereas, classical conditioning focuses only on either positive or negative conditioning but not both together

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Bakari Kwento
Bakari Kwento 9 days ago

as long as we are trapped in their boxes, we will abnormally respond to controlled stimuli for the benifit of the box owner

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Dr. Amos Wilson Conditioning to Manipulate Desires
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