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Operant Conditioning–Smartphones As Skinner Boxes|Uncle ...

Skinner's techniques of operant conditioning and his notorious theory of behavior modification were denounced by his critics 70 years ago as fascist, manipulative vehicles that could be used for government control.

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The Office and Classical Conditioning | My Town Tutors

The Office and Classical Conditioning | My Town Tutors | Psychology Learning | Scoop.it
Video clips are a great way to introduce and reinforce the concepts and steps to classical conditioning. When I first started teaching the course, students had a very difficult time understanding the concepts of classical ...
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Just how addictive are mobile games? - Yahoo News UK

Just how addictive are mobile games? - Yahoo News UK | Psychology Learning | Scoop.it
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Just how addictive are mobile games?
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'One of the basic psychological principles of gaming, a building block of game design, is the idea of "operant conditioning".
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Which Category of Operant Conditioning is It?

Which Category of Operant Conditioning is It? | Psychology Learning | Scoop.it
It seems like almost everyone is familiar with some of the categories of operant conditioning; however, most people aren’t fluent enough to necessarily get the category correct. Here are some examples.
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Classical Conditioning and Addiction - Sober Nation

Classical Conditioning and Addiction - Sober Nation | Psychology Learning | Scoop.it
In order to try and grasp the mechanisms that drive addictive behaviors and addiction, it can be helpful to use concepts that may already be familiar.  One
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The difference between classical and operant conditioning - Peggy Andover

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-difference-between-classical-and-operant-conditioning-peggy-andover Why is it that humans react to stimuli wi...
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Breaking a Habit through Classical Conditioning - The Hypnotism Weekly

Breaking a Habit through Classical Conditioning - The Hypnotism Weekly | Psychology Learning | Scoop.it
Classical Conditioning is the most important concept to break habits we don't want to keep and substitute them with new positive ones. Want to know more?

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Big Bang Theory-operant conditioning

Video to teach the theory of behaviour modification when looking specifically at altering consequences. This clip specifically examines positive reinforcement.

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Why mobile games are so addictive - Polygon

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Why mobile games are so addictive
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Other factors, Griffiths said, build on the idea of "operant conditioning." "Like a slot machine, the game rewards some actions and punishes others, and we learn from this," Griffiths said.
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Ambling Along the Aqueduct: Social learning in non-human animals

Ambling Along the Aqueduct: Social learning in non-human animals | Psychology Learning | Scoop.it
Successful bird migration can depend on individual learning, social learning, and innate navigation programs. Using 8 years of data on migrating whooping cranes, we were able to partition genetic and socially learned ...
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Six Steps to Maximize Intrinsic Motivation in Athletes: Football Mental Conditioning

Six Steps to Maximize Intrinsic Motivation in Athletes: Football Mental Conditioning | Psychology Learning | Scoop.it
Intrinsic Motivation is what motivates athletes in the long term. Nick Saban indicates in his book, How Good Do You Want to Be? that all coaches and athletes must strive for intrinsic motivation. T...

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, November 13, 2013 5:33 PM

YEAR 12 HPE - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY (Motivation)

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» Resolutions, Exercise Trackers & Operant Conditioning - World of Psychology

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“... To get in shape” is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions, and arguably the one most often broken. For some, the solution may lie in the

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What Is Operant Conditioning? (and How Does It Explain Driving Dogs?) | The Thoughtful Animal, Scientific American Blog Network

What Is Operant Conditioning? (and How Does It Explain Driving Dogs?) | The Thoughtful Animal, Scientific American Blog Network | Psychology Learning | Scoop.it

While second nature to many of us, driving a car is actually a fairly complex process. At its most stripped down version, first you sit in ...


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Jone Johnson Lewis's curator insight, December 13, 2012 1:51 PM

Some ruminations as well on how to train any animal (and yes, humans are an animal) with operant conditioning.

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Learning Part 1- Classical Conditioning

Class notes on classical conditioning

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