Adaptive Behaviour and Learningby J. E. R. Staddon
Pub. Date: 11/25/1983
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Adaptive Behaviour and Learning constitutes a provocative theoretical integration of the psychological and biological approaches to adaptive behaviour. See more details below
Adaptive Behaviour and Learning constitutes a provocative theoretical integration of the psychological and biological approaches to adaptive behaviour.
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Table of Contents
Preface; 1. The evolution, development and modification of behaviour; 2. Variation and selection of behaviour; 3. Direct orientation and feedback; 4. Operant behaviour; 5. Reward and punishment; 6. Feeding regulation: a model motivational system; 7. The optimal allocation of behaviour; 8. Choice and decision rules; 9. Foraging and behavioural ecology; 10. Stimulus control and cognition; 11. Stimulus control and performance; 12. Memory and temporal control; 13. Learning I: the acquisition of knowledge; 14. Learning II: the guidance of action; References; Indexes.
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