Learning Experience PSY/211 July 26, 2012 Daysi Brown Learning Experience Many Americans have fears of all kinds. One fear is roller coasters. Individuals who have this type of fear may also have the fear of heights and how high the drop is on a loop or how fast the coaster goes. They have the feeling as if they are going to fall if up too high or how queasy their stomach may feel with the thought of approaching the big loop. This type of behavior can come from something as little as tripping off a curb or falling off a bike which triggers them to be afraid or fearful of anything that is high up.
When it comes to individuals with the fear of roller coaster there is something in the mind telling them that they are too high up which makes them fearful of the coaster or just the thought of getting on and actually riding The classical conditioning type of learning in which a neutral stimulus comes to bring about a response after it is paired with a stimulus that naturally brings about a response. The learning experience of this type of conditioning is to overcome the fear by trying to find ways to be able to ride the roller coaster.
Another way is to research and find ways to help with the feeling of heights and the fear of roller coasters There are ways that to help with this fear by trying to figure out the natural response of the feeling of riding the coaster. Operant conditioning is learning in which a voluntary response is strengthened of weakened, dependent on its favorable or unfavorable consequences. The experience of this conditioning is to have a feeling