Please answer the questions below.Must use scholarly journal article less than 6 years to

Please answer the questions below.Must use scholarly journal article less than 6 years to support the answer. When discussing conditioning we often think of motivation.  There are many approaches to motivation including behavioral and cognitive theories.  Behaviorists, according to Huitt (2009), find that   Each of the major theoretical approaches in behavioral learning theory posits a primary factor in motivation. Classical conditioning states that biological responses to associated stimuli energize and direct behavior. Operant learning states the primary factor is consequences: the application of reinforcers provides incentives to increase behavior; the application of punishers provides disincentives that result in a decrease in behavior. (para.1)   Do you feel classical conditioning (our responses direct behavior) or operant learning (experiencing consequences for behaviors) is the larger motivator for individual?   Huitt, W. (2009). Motivation to learn: An overview. Valdosta State University. http://chiron.valdosta.edu/whuitt/col/motivation/motivate.html

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