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The idea that cognitive processes play a role in classical conditioning is supported by studies on __________. Answer thought suppression behavior in an operant chamber
mental imagery affective relationships
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User: The idea that cognitive processes play a role in classical conditioning is supported by studies on __________. Answer thought suppression behavior in an operant chamber mental imagery affective relationships

Weegy: C.mental imagery
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User: If you are concerned that television viewers may acquire new ways to express aggression, then as a learning theorist you are most likely to be concerned withAnswer observational learning. blocking phenomenon. systematic desensitization. reinforcement schedules.

Weegy: reinforcement schedules.
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User: Learning an association between particular behaviors and their consequences occurs inAnswer operant conditioning. classical conditioning. conditioned taste aversion. blocking.

Weegy: Learning an association between particular behaviors and their consequences occurs in operant conditioning.
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