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instrumental conditioning


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Conditioning in which the response achieves some end, such as obtaining a tangible reward or escaping punishment. It is often used as a synonym for operant conditioning, but some psychologists make a distinction in the usage in these two terms.

Subjects: Zoology and Animal Sciences — Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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