what is causal observation ?

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  1. causal?

    or casual?

  2. causal in the scientific sense..

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  3. Causal pertains to a cause.

  4. Causal observation is observing behavior and attempting to determine the causes of specific actions. However, it is very difficult to determine causes from just observing behavior. It might lead to various hypotheses, but they would need to be explored by other methods.

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  5. How do classical conditioning procedures differ from operant conditioning procedures?

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