Classical and Operant Conditioning
There are many differences between classical and operant conditioning. One is the extent to which reinforcement depends on the behavior of the learner. In classical conditioning the response is a natural reaction that the subject cannot avoid. They can be conditioned at any time for that reason. It relies on reflex, to which we have no volitional control. An example of this is when I ate lots of coconut in second
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the behavior ends. Spontaneous recovery occurs in both operant and classical conditioning. Spontaneous recovery is the state of being subjected to conditions that are associated with previously acquired knowledge that renders the knowledge more accessible. If the subject is taken from the place where they have learned the associations, is it likely that the associations will be lost, as the behavior is not only associated with the response or reward, but also will the surroundings.