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'''Escape conditioning''' is an [[operant conditioning]] paradigm in which a subject learns a behavior which terminates an ongoing noxious stimuli. This procedure can be compared to the [[aversive conditioning]] paradigm where behavior is learnt to prevent the delivery of the aversive stimulus.
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==See also==
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* [[Negative reinforcement]]
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[[Category:Operant conditioning]]

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Escape conditioning is an operant conditioning paradigm in which a subject learns a behavior which terminates an ongoing noxious stimuli. This procedure can be compared to the aversive conditioning paradigm where behavior is learnt to prevent the delivery of the aversive stimulus.

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