Two stimuli repeatedly experienced together will eventually elicit the same response. additionally, behaviors followed by pleasant outcomes tend to be repeated, while those followed by unpleasant outcomes tend to be dropped. these two ideas can be reduced to what simpler notion?
Change in behavior due to the experience result.
The organism is able to elicit a response against the particular stimuli. The stimuli can be from the external as well as from the internal environment.
The response against a stimuli can be pleasant as well as can be awarded with the punishment. The stimuli awarded with pleasant can be repeatedly used by the organism and unpleasant outcomes of the stimuli can be completely dropped. The individual changes its behavior due to the experience of the result provided by the stimuli outcome.
he is very short, and he can only reach halfway up on the elevator buttons. but on a rainy day, he has his umbrella with him, and he uses it to poke the button at the top.