Learning and Memory: An Integrated Approach
Reviews the history of learning and memory research. Describes ideas and paradigms that have dominated the field and why they became prominent. Surveys the current state of these two areas, identifying exciting opportunities for synthesis of ideas. Integrates learning research on animals and memory research on humans. Includes a unique chapter on the neural basis of learning.
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PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING AND MEMORY
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