espoo.e tha eve n cono espom nths ansms TeaCtr un to rem suc ini4rales a Tesponu Eduncie.comushneos R (espom4 Eduncle.comshneas Teaching ,Aptitude 3.1 Types of Learning 6rmutlu Al human beings use seeveral types of learning. These vary according to the context and subject matter to be leaned Stimulus-Response Learning: The learner ac acquires a precise response to the riminated stimulus. What a discriminated operant, sometimes called (a) is learned is a connection, or in Skinnerian terms, an instrumental response. Shimulus y h Resprnt - yidigh1i GoT Chaining: What's acquired is a chain of two or more, such learning has also been described by physical. verbal response. (b) or mble Verbal Association: Verbal association is the learning of chain that is verbal. Basically, the conditions resemk (c) type those for other (motor) chain. However, the presence of language in the human beings makes this special tun of chaining because internal links may be selected from the individual's previously learned repertoire of language. (d) Multiple Discriminations: The individual learns to make several different stimuli, which may resemble each other in physical appearance to greater or lesser degree. It includes the facts which can be distinguished easily (e) Principle Learning: It includes the list of concepts. It has essentially the concept learning as a pre-condition of this learning. Concept Learning: the learner acquires the ability to make a common response to a class of stimuli, even though the individual members of that class may differ widely from each other. The learner can make a response that identifies an entire class of objects of events.