Information Processing in Animals, Memory Mechanisms
Norman E. Spear, Ralph R. Miller
Psychology Press, 1981 - Psychology - 390 pages
First published in 1982. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Differences in Adaptiveness Between Classically Conditioned
WithinEvent Learning in Pavlovian Conditioning
Rules Governing WithinEvent Learning
Theoretical Interpretations 706
Variations in Associative
Working Memory and the Temporal Map
Directed Forgetting in Animals
ShortTerm Memory in the Pigeon
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