Contiguity

Contiguity

A contiguity is a behaviourist approach that states, for learning to occur, the response must occur in the presence of or very soon after a stimulus is presented, or an association will not occur. In essence, this is a behaviourist view based on the idea that learning will occur only if events occur relatively close together in time.

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