What types of inhibition of conditioned reflexes exist, and in what cases do they manifest themselves?

1) External inhibition – arises as a result of the action of a strong extraneous stimulus.
2) Internal inhibition – occurs in the absence of reinforcement of the conditioned reflex.

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