The psychology of learning

The psychology of learning refers broadly to theory and research derived from different types of learning, including classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and observational learning (modeling). Applied behavior analysis draws primarily on operant conditioning as the basis for developing interventions.



•Explain the relationship between evolution and change.


•What is the difference between artificial and natural selection?


•What must be present in order for evolution to act?


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