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1. Positive punishment is administer an aversive stimulus. For example, when I was a young boy (around 4-5 years old) my mom taught me I must respectful to everyone. When I was whining, running around the restaurants, raise my voice, fight with my friends, or treating my friends bad then I got slapped my back or my butt. I know someone can say this is negative punishment but for me it was not. I know I was mad and sad at the moment but I was too scared and I didn’t want to get any punishments after that so I behaved and try to avoid those lists. 2. Learning is the process of acquiring through experience new and relatively enduring information or behaviors. I went to the Naval Academy before I came to this school. I had to go through boot camp for 2 months. I had to learn and apply military manners, tradition, act like an officer, and live life in a military. It was very hard for first two weeks to go through because I was not use to those screaming, salute, how to walk, and how to write and speak. For example, I never wrote
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