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PLEASES WRITE APPROXIMATELY 150 WORDS FOR QUESTION 1 IN RESPONSE TO THE BIBLR VERSE. PLEASE WRITE APPROXIMATELY 150 WORDS FOR QUESTION 2 CONSIDERING THE POST PROVIDED AND MY PROFESSOR’S QUESTION AT THE END. THANK YOU._x000D_
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Question 1. For it has been granted to you on behalf of Christ not only to believe on Him, but also to suffer for Him … (Philippians 1:29)_x000D_
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Question 2. Classical conditioning means associating the involuntary response and stimulus, as operant conditioning associates a voluntary behavior and consequence. In operant conditioning, the learner receives incentives, as classical conditioning has minimal bribes (Cherry, 2020; Silverman et al., 2016). Classical and operant conditioning are concepts part of behavioral psychology and contribute to learning by different processes. Classical conditioning, realized by Ivan Pavlov, a physiologist from Russia who researched, focuses on involuntary, automatic behaviors and involves placing a neutral signal before a reflex (Pavlov, 1927; Lewicki; 1985). To learn how to understand behavior modification techniques work, there are separations between classical and operant conditioning. Operant conditioning realized by B. F. Skinner, a psychologist from America who researched involved applying reinforcement or punishment after a behavior and focused on strengthening or weakening voluntary behaviors (Dunsmoor & Murphy, 2015; Segers et al., 2018; Skinner, 1992). Classical conditioning and operant conditioning are learning concepts derived from behavioral psychology. The categories of conditioning reveal certain comparisons. It is essential to recognize a few fundamental differences to decide which method has the most significant education for circumstances._x000D_
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Cherry, K. (2020). Classical vs. Operant Conditioning 2 important concepts central to behavioral psychology. Verywell Mind. Retrieved from https://www.verywellmind.com/classical-vs-operant-conditioning-2794861_x000D_
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Dunsmoor, J. E., Murphy, G. L. (2015). Categories, concepts, and conditioning: How humans generalize fear. Trends Cogn Sci (Regul Ed). 19(2):73-7. doi:10.1016/j.tics.2014.12.003_x000D_
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Pavlov, I. P. (1927). Conditioned Reflexes. London: Oxford, 1927._x000D_
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Lewicki, P. (1985). Nonconscious biasing effects of single instances on subsequent judgments. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 48, 563–574._x000D_
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Segers, E., Beckers, T., Geurts, H., Claes, L., Danckaerts, M., Van der oord, S. (2018). Working memory and reinforcement schedule jointly determine reinforcement learning in children: potential implications for behavioral parent training. Front Psychol. 9:394. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00394_x000D_
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Skinner, B. F. (1992). “Superstition” in the pigeon. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 121(3), 273-274. _x000D_
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Given the approach from Skinner that you identified, how much does the environmental context play a role in shaping the behavior?_x000D_
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Dr Murray_x000D_
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