Conditioning refers to a psychological principle which holds that the frequency of any behavior can be increased or decreased through reward, punishment, and/or association with other stimuli.

See also:
"Conditioning" is in the NAICS Code "221330"
(Steam and Air-Conditioning SupplySteam heating systems (i.e., suppliers of heat))

"Conditioning" is in the HS Code "8210"
Hand-Operated Mechanical Appliances, Weighing 10 Kg Or Less, Used In The Preparation, Conditioning O

"Conditioning" is in the UNSPSC Code "24000000"
Material Handling and Conditioning and Storage Machinery and their Accessories and Supplies

Other definition:
Conditioning refers to the process of developing a Behavior pattern through a series of repeated experiences.

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