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22. One difference between classical and operant conditioning is that

 

Aamir Ranjha
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One difference between classical and operant conditioning is that

  1. animals learn only by operant conditioning.
  2. operant conditioning involves learning in which antecedent events are associated with one another.
  3. classical conditioning involves learning in which antecedent events are associated with one another.
  4. operant conditioning occurs when a response is not affected by consequences.

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3. classical conditioning involves learning in which antecedent events are associated with one another.


   
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