The Essentials of Conditioning and Learning
Michael Domjan, one of the top researchers in his field, presents a concise, current book of the principles of conditioning and learning, perfect for professors and students alike who want an accurate and detailed account of learning and conditioning - the "essentials" - without excessive research and detail.
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Two The Structure of Unconditioned Behavior
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activities Appetitive behavior associative learning aversive stimulus avoidance learning avoidance procedure avoidance response behavior system bliss point change in behavior classical conditioning conditioned behavior conditioned inhibition conditioned inhibitory conditioned response conditioned suppression contingency contrast cues discrimination training dishabituation drive elicited behavior eliciting stimulus example excitatory experience experimental feedback function Figure food powder habituation and sensitization illustrated increase inhibitory conditioning instrumental behavior instrumental conditioning procedure instrumental response interdimensional discrimination interval schedules involves Law of Effect mechanisms memory modal action patterns motivation occur organism paired partial reinforcement Pavlov Pavlovian conditioning pecking perform pigeons positive reinforcement Premack principle presented primary reinforcer punishment R-S interval rate of responding ratio schedules reflex relation result retroactive interference S-R system safety signal sample stimulus schedule of reinforcement sensitization effects shock Skinner Skinner box spontaneous recovery SSDR stimulus control target response test stimulus Thorndike tone trials two-factor theory unconditioned stimulus visual