Year:2023   Volume: 4   Issue: 4   Area:

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Souad RAHMAOUI ‎

CLASSICAL CONDITIONING IN INTERPRETING LEARNING BEHAVIOR

The individual learns through the classical link, procedural and ‎conjugation, by trial and error, ‎clairvoyance, imitation, motivation, ‎goal, etc., and we will focus on addressing this intervention on ‎the ‎classical conditioning and how it occurs according to its laws. The ‎classical stipulation, ‎represented by the Russian psychologist ‎Pavlov, who conducted many experiments on animals and ‎observed ‎that animals respond to the natural stimulus (food, for example) by ‎drooling, and if food is ‎accompanied by another stimulus such as ‎light or the sound of a bell for a relatively long period of ‎time, its ‎saliva will descend when ringing the bell or lighting the lamp, ‎which is considered an ‎abnormal stimulus (conditional) for ‎drooling. One of the characteristics of this learning is that it ‎turns ‎off, that is, it may disappear after a while, but it can return ‎spontaneously

Keywords: Learning, Classical Conditioning

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2791-9323.‎‏4‏‎-4‎‏.‏‎‏7‏


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