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Thorndikes stimulus–response theory of learning


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A theory that proposes that all learning consists primarily of the strengthening of the relationship between the stimulus and the response. In developing this theory, Thorndike proposed three laws: the law of effect, the law of exercise, and the law of readiness.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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