Psychology of learning



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Educational Implications
This law signifies the use of reinforcement or feedback in learning. This implies that learning trials must be associated with satisfying consequences. The teacher can use rewards to strengthen certain responses and punishment to weaken others. However, the use of reward is more desirable than the use of punishment in school learning. The teacher for motivating the students for learning situations can exploit the use of reward.










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1. Define Learning. Describe E.L.Thorndike Trial & Error theory of learning.
2. Explain the Laws of learning given by E.L.Thorndike.














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