Conditioning meaning

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The act or an instance of bringing into a desired condition, often, specif., of athletic fitness.
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A learning process by which a subject develops a consistent response to a previously unrelated stimulus, either by reward or punishment (as in operant conditioning) or by association of the stimulus with another stimulus that already elicits the response (as in classical conditioning).
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An application of conditioner to the hair, etc.
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The act or an instance of instilling a conditioned response or behavior pattern.
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Extra cost options in a private telephone line that improve performance by reducing distortion and amplifying weak signals.
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The addition, or removal, of certain equipment in order for a circuit to achieve the performance characteristics required by analog or, more typically, certain types of data transmission. For example, an especially long copper local loop might require the addition of load coils or amplifiers to achieve the proper level of performance for voice grade analog applications, or regenerative repeaters for digital data applications.A copper local loop might require the removal of load coils to achieve the proper level of performance for an ADSL application. See also ADSL, amplifier, load coil, and repeater.
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The process of modifying a person or animal's behaviour.
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Any preparation or training, especially athletic training of the body.
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The storage of a material specimen under specified temperature, humidity for a specified time prior to testing.
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Present participle of condition.
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A process of behavior modification by which a subject comes to associate a desired behavior with a previously unrelated stimulus.
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