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The concept of classical conditioning is based upon which of the following scientist's experiments? A. Charles Darwin B. B. F. Skinner C. Ivan Pavlov D. John Watson
The concept of classical conditioning is based upon Ivan Pavlov.
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The concept of classical conditioning is based upon Ivan Pavlov.
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