Operant conditioning is a method of learning that occurs as rewards and punishment for behaviors. It is based upon the notion that actions that are followed by positive reinforcement will be strengthened and more likely to happen again in the future. For example, if you are out of the bar and your ambition is to pick someone up, if a line works on the first try, you may be likely to use it again.
Or, at least, come up with new lines; however, if you go into a new bar and try out a line and it is returned to you with a slap in the face that line might never be repeated. This is because no one wants to be slapped in the face, which is what is known as operant conditioning, which is a system based on both positive and negative responses.
One of the milestones of a baby as well as his or her parents is getting them potty trained. This saves a lot of dollars on diapers and even excess undergarments if a baby has learned to use the potty. Ideally, parents or guardians can start potty training their babies between 1 and a half years to three years old.
This age is where kids can control their pee and poop and they can also communicate with their parents better. It is easier to potty train a child if they are willing to do it and not forced to make them enjoy it and feel the sense of fulfillment. Parents can also encourage the kid on how to be responsible.