Conditioning is referred to as the situation in which a behavior is modeled. This is a part of behavioural psychology. This means that the behavior of a person can be modeled or changed, in reponse to a stimuli or an event. This behavior is modified as a result of ‘learning’ or in other words, conditioning. This has two forms, classical conditioning and operant conditioning. Classical conditioning had been identified by Pavlov, where, conditioning experiments were carried out on his dog, if they salivate in the presence of meat. Another form is the operant conditioning, where, specific reinforcements would be given to a person, either, in the form of positive reinforcements as well as negative reinforcements, both of which encourage a behavior.
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