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In class we were asked to provide an one example of classical and operant conditioning. We have to identify the stimulus, response and reinforcers in each example.

here are my examples:

Clasical Conditioning- My cat comes running everytime she hears the can opener.

Operant Conditoning-My daughter is given chores to do during the week. If she completes them then she receives a reward.


Will you please check my work now to see if I am right?


In example 1:
Stimulus-Food
Response-Approach
Reinforcer-Sound of the can opener

In example 2:
Stimulus-Money
Response-completes her chores
Reinforcer-chores


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