Operant conditioning

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OPERANT CONDITIONINGNameInstitutional AffiliationOperant conditioning is a technique used in learning and it involves learning through the hard way. It involves rewarding and punishing behaviors accordingly. Sometimes is termed as instrumental conditioning. In this method, close relationship is attached between the behavior and respective consequences for the behavior. In normal life, actions that are closely reinforced become stronger and have high chances of being repeated in the future. On the other hand, behaviors that one is being punished for becomes weaker and chances are; they may not happen in future again (Tan, 2011). For example if you do something and everyone around you is impressed, most probably you will be able to do the same thing in future. On the other hand if you do the same thing to a different group of individuals and no one is interested. The chances are y

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