The essentials of conditioning and learning

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Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1996 - Education - 226 pages
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This concise and accessible summary of the essentials of conditioning and learning by Michael Domjan, one of the top researchers in the field, quickly guides students to key topics. Domjan summarizes contemporary perspectives and makes research results understandable. This book is perfect for professors and students who want an accurate account of learning and conditioning--the "essentials"--without excessive detail.

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Wonderful textbook. It offers a comprehensive understanding of classic learning theories without intimidating its readers the way the original literature would. It's thanks to this book that I began studying classical conditioning, which remains a strong foundation in my research to this day. Read full review

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