Dr. Baljit Singh
Classical conditioning is an automatic response to a situation, which may be due to traits we are born with, or life we ??develop or learn in a situation.
In some cultures, you can attribute your hard work and achievements to others because you respect them and let them further support you, even if they played no role in your achievements.
Whenever a poet sees beauty, he writes a poem or a song. He agrees with others that it is the classic condition that beauty motivates him.
Sometimes our health can be partially improved simply by seeing a doctor, because the brain signals that we will be happier just by seeing a particular person.
This means that if you have expectations about something in advance, it can affect your perception of it. I cannot be humorous or funny due to my personality, my friends feel the philosophical content in my songs, including educational.
If we have a stomach bug, we immediately try to figure out what we ate and try to avoid it in the future? We go back in time to find out why and how the spiral started.
Positive and negative attitudes determine intentions and behaviour.
However, it is possible to intervene, changing our behaviour and the behaviour of others, by changing our attitudes, which can sometimes be difficult because we are limited by them.
For example, religious advice given to you may not be of interest to you because you may view it as religious exploitation, and you may be better off living free from social, economic, and religious prejudice.
Attitudes can be changed through gratitude (appreciation) and, if need be, through silence rather than response. Motivating yourself by creating dreams can help you keep going, and even if your dreams do not come true, even one-sided love can help you approach everyday life in a positive, joyful way. The monuments and moments we appreciate help us move on.
But we continue to live in real life, not create or hypothesise the placebo effect. The placebo effect may be falsely praising or slandering someone for personal gain.
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