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Associative Learning

This lesson will examine, compare and contrast the components of associative learning.
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This lesson will examine, compare and contrast the components of associative learning.

Source: Video created by Mollie McQuillan

Notes for "Associative Learning"

Terms to Know


An internal and external process that results in changes in a person’s behavior.

Associative Learning

Learning as a connection of external stimuli in the environment to responses by the individual.


Involuntary, automatic reaction to stimulus.


Events that come before a response or action (like stimuli).


Events that come after a response or action (like reinforcement).


Anything that follows an action and makes it more likely it to occur again.