One example of operant conditioning in everyday life is when an employee completes a project effectively and on time, and receives a salary bonus. Another example is when a driver goes a certain period without car accidents and receives a lower rate from his insurance company.Continue Reading
A third example of operant conditioning is when a teacher tells a student she cannot go out for recess if she keeps interrupting the class. Another instance of operant conditioning is when a parent tells a child to be home before curfew or be grounded.
Operant conditioning uses positive and negative incentives in the hopes of obtaining a desired and voluntary behavior.Learn more about Psychology