conditionable

conditionable

(kənˈdɪʃənəbəl)
adj
able to be conditioned
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By showing correspondence between the procedures, the current study attempted to strengthen the converging lines of evidence that truth value is a conditionable property of a class of stimuli.
: - The supply of the gases to the anode and the cathode must be in view of the sizes conditionable; : o pressure : o temperature, : o dewpoint.
And if that's the case, it's likely that you are more conditionable not only to drugs but to any sort of reward, including food reward.
However, not all stimuli are equally conditionable and, in consequence, it is not always possible to the animal discriminate between them (see Mazur, 1998; Schwartz, 1989).
curriculum and methodology matter nothing if not put into play by a competent, caring teacher." First, educators need to realize that the behavioral model--which fails to even consider the possibility that organisms can think--while apparently satisfactory for dogs, pigeons, rats, and other more conditionable life forms, is probably of limited use with human beings.
Standard accounts of associative learning (e.g., Rescorla & Wagner, 1972) assert that the added stimulus competes with the target CS for a limited amount of associative strength conditionable by a given reinforcer.