A learning process in which behavior is modified by the reinforcing or inhibiting effects of the resulting consequences.
- There are two sorts of learning processes underlying instrumental conditioning.
- Thus with both classical and instrumental conditioning, it is the relation of the conditioned stimulus to subsequent behavior that produces learning.
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Syllabification: in·stru·men·tal con·di·tion·ing
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