Operant Conditioning in Dog Training

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Operant Conditioning is a type of learning in which a behavior is strengthened (meaning, it will occur more frequently) when it’s followed by reinforcement, and weakened (will happen less frequently) when followed by punishment. Operant conditioning is based on a simple premise – that behavior is influenced by the consequences that follow. When you are […]

Classical Conditioning in Dog Training

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Classical Conditioning: First proposed and studied by Ivan Pavlov, classical conditioning is one form of learning in which an organism “learns” through establishing associations between different events and stimuli. For example, when a neutral stimulus (such as a bell) is paired with an unconditioned stimulus (such as food) which produces some involuntary bodily response all […]