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How would you define learning? Also compare and contrast different views about reinforcement. In your option which one is significant? Give reasons

I am not getting what is meant by different views of reinforcement is it means aquisition , extinction etc or something else?

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how to attempt this question?

How would you define learning? Also compare and contrast different views about reinforcement. In your option which one is significant? Give reasons

I am not getting what is meant by different views of reinforcement is it means aquisition , extinction etc or something else?

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Easy:

Learning:
Acquiring new or modifying existing knowledge is called learning........ (then you explain it if required)

Views about reinforcement:
Two views,
1. Positive reinforcement view
2. Negative reinforcement view

(these can also be asked as types of reinforcement or modes of reinforcement. so don't get confused)

now, you have to simply compare them, not a big deal.

and in my opinion, positive reinforcement is better than negative reinforcement (in normal conditions).
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