Information Processing in Animals, Memory Mechanisms

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Norman E. Spear, Ralph R. Miller
Psychology Press, 1981 - Psychology - 390 pages
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Contents

Differences in Adaptiveness Between Classically Conditioned
49
WithinEvent Learning in Pavlovian Conditioning
81
Rules Governing WithinEvent Learning
95
Theoretical Interpretations 706
106
Variations in Associative
143
Working Memory and the Temporal Map
167
Directed Forgetting in Animals
199
ShortTerm Memory in the Pigeon
227
Studies of LongTerm Memory in the Pigeon
257
Postacquisition Modification of Memory
291
Mechanisms of CueInduced Retention Enhancement
319
Extending the Domain of Memory Retrieval
341
Author Index
379
Subject Index 337
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