Compare and contrast the similarities and differences in classical and operant conditioning.

These two discussion question should be at least 150 words with at least one citation for each.

1. Compare and contrast the similarities and differences in classical and operant conditioning.

2. Think of a time when operant conditioning has played a role in your life. How did the application work to influence your or another person’s thoughts and actions?

Read:

Staddon, J. E. R., & Cerutti, D. T. (February 2003). Operant conditioning. Annual Review of Psychology, 54(1), 115-144.

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Read:

Skinner, B. F. (1992). “Superstition” in the pigeon. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 121(3), 273-274.

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Read:

Mason, L. L., Andrews, A., Rivera, C. J., & Davis, D. (2016). Free-operant field experiences: Differentially reinforcing successive approximations to behavior analysis through a shaperspace. Global Education Review, 3(4), 70-83.

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Read:

Yoshio Sakurai, & Kichan Song. (2016). Neural operant conditioning as a core mechanism of brain-machine interface control. Technologies, 4(3), 26-38.

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