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Pheromones and the phylogeny of operant and classical conditioning

August 6, 2012 James V. Kohl 0

Those who are interested in learning about cause and effect may therefore want to differentiate classical conditioning from operant conditioning. We can do so by referring to classical conditioning as Pavlovian conditioning, which it is, and referring to operant conditioning as willy-nilly silly conditioning, which it is.

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Phylogeny of operant and classical conditioning

August 6, 2012 James V. Kohl 0

Those who are interested in learning about cause and effect may therefore want to differentiate classical conditioning from operant conditioning by referring to classical conditioning as Pavlovian conditioning, which it is, and referring to operant conditioning as willy-nilly silly conditioning, which it is.

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More bird-brained behavior

August 2, 2012 James V. Kohl 0

evolutionary theorists cannot, without question, make the assumption that we are primarily visual creatures. The basis for that assumption was a non-existent avian model