stimulus–response (S–R) and stimulus–stimulus (S–S) theories

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Theories of learning that claim that what is learned is a connection between stimulus and response (the S–R type of theory), or a connection between two stimuli (the S–S type of theory). The latter amounts to the claim that the animal forms an association between two stimuli.

Subjects: Zoology and Animal Sciences.

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