Answer to Question #43810 in Biochemistry for hadiqa
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A dog learns from every interaction it has with its environment. The nervous system receives and integrates sensory input and formulates motor output. The cerebellum assists the learning of new motor skills. Two significant structures within the limbic system are the hippocampus and the amygdala, which are essential for learning and memory. Dogs can learn through classical conditioning, where it forms an association between two stimuli; non-associative learning, where its behavior is modified through habituation or sensitisation; and operant conditioning, where it forms an association between an antecedent and its consequence.
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