You could see the world as nothing but randomly appearing stimuli (i.e., events you experience) and responses (i.e., your own behaviors), but you don't. How do you learn that one stimulus is associated with another (classical conditioning)? How do you learn that your own behavior can make something in your environment change (operant conditioning)? And how do classical and operant conditioning change the way you behave? As it turns out, these two forms of learning--and what they tell you about the predictability of your world--can change your behavior in surprising ways.
Take this Psychology of Learning course and discover how we learn.</p> Updated on 08 November, 2015
- Philosophy Diploma Course centre of excellence
USD 168Duration: Upto 150 Hours
- Transpersonal Psychology Diploma Course centre of excellence
USD 194Duration: Upto 150 Hours