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Learning: Behavior and Cognition / Edition 2
     

Learning: Behavior and Cognition / Edition 2

by David A. Lieberman
 

ISBN-10: 0534174000

ISBN-13: 9780534174002

Pub. Date: 12/01/1992

Publisher: Cengage Learning

This thematic, conceptual, and integrative text offers extensive material on human applications of theory, including the impact of classical conditioning, reinforcement, and punishment on human behavior; emphasis on the relationship between associative and cognitive theories of learning; and an explanation of neural network models. .Lieberman captures students

Overview

This thematic, conceptual, and integrative text offers extensive material on human applications of theory, including the impact of classical conditioning, reinforcement, and punishment on human behavior; emphasis on the relationship between associative and cognitive theories of learning; and an explanation of neural network models. .Lieberman captures students interest with a clear and interesting writing style and holds their interest with lucid explanations, examples that deal with student-relevant topics, and explorations of assumptions underlying learning research that challenge them to think critically.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780534174002
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
12/01/1992
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
580

Table of Contents

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION. 1. Some Basic Assumptions. 2. An Introduction to Associative Learning. PART TWO: CLASSICAL CONDITIONING. 3. Foundations of Conditioning. 4. Principles and Applications. 5. Theories of Conditioning. PART THREE: INSTRUMENTAL CONDITIONING. 6. Reinforcement. 7. Response Suppression. 8. Applications. 9. Theories of Reinforcement: The Law of Effect Revisited. PART FOUR: THEORETICAL PROCESSES IN ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING. 10. Learning in an Evolutionary Context. 11. What Is Learned?: Associative versus Cognitive Theories of Learning. 12. How Is It Learned?: An Information Processing Model. 13. Is Associative Learning Simple or Complex?

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