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Derek MontelongoPart 11.Ivan Pavlov came up with classical conditioning which is a theory that a subject learns abehavior through the process of association. Classical conditioning is made up of threestages, before conditioning, during conditioning, and after conditioning. First, a stimulusproduces a new unlearned response. Next, the stimulus is paired with a neutral stimulusuntil the subject learns the association between the two. The subject should thenrespond to the conditioned stimulus by itself.B.F. Skinner came up with operant conditioning which is a theory of learning thatrewards or punishes a subject based on behavior. He identified three different responsesto follow behavior. Neutral operants are not fazed by the punishment or reward,reinforcers increase the chance of the behavior being repeated, and punishers decreasethe chance of the behavior being repeated.Albert Bandura came up with social learning theory, which is a theory of learning that
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