Seshonesty And Nonassociative Learning?
After Trump persistently accused her of lying when she claimed that she had not unlawfully deleted emails, they gasped in response since deleting emails as Secretary of State could be seen as the spoliation of evidence that otherwise could have led to the proof of wrongdoing, which is a dishonest act. They condemned this dishonesty since, as children, they were conditioned to recognize that dishonesty is not a pro-social behavior, and is therefore unwanted, by their parents. The parents could have taught them that dishonesty was wrong through the implementation of operant conditioning. Operant conditioning is a form of learning in which individuals analyze their own behavior through the response to it by others, leading them to make the educated decision of whether to choose to continue that behavior or to terminate it. For example, when the voters were teenagers, they could have asked their parents to drive their car. The parents then decided to allow their kids to drive their car only if they promised to arrive back home in time for their curfew. The teens agreed to the arrangement, but then decided that they had no intention of keeping their side of the bargain, and