Within the capacity of Homo sapiens, learning capacity is the construct of conditioning. Conditioning generates autonomic responses reinforced by emotional drives. These activated by preset triggers that actuate the reaction can drive individuals, groups, and or societies to controlled or uncontrolled changes. Variations within conditioning can result in a positive action that is beneficial to the individual or cultural grouping. Similar results can be applicable to conditioning that has negative benefits. The goal of this essay is to discuss and present a framework for how Negative Conditioning (NC) and Positive Conditioning (PC) have detectable results. How to enhance PC and change NC within individuals, groups, cultures, and or societies as a whole, various types of NC examined independent of prime nomenclature. This is to present an unbiased format for determining a NC. Categories assigned terms based on type and not reference points. In this regard, it may be possible to review PC and NC without previous Conditioning states activating trigger mechanisms that cause cognitive biases to prevent full assessments of possible PC and or NC states.
Conditioning within Homo sapiens, Positive Conditioning, Negative Conditioning.