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Stimulus-Response Theory

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  1. Stimulus Response Theory
  2. Pavlov
  3. The Little Albert Experiment
  4. Criticisms of Classical Conditioning
  5. Evaluation of the Stimulus-Response Theory
  6. References
Stimulus-Response Theory

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Explanation of how the Stimulus-Response theory explains our behavior in psychology.

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