Learning and Behavior

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Prentice Hall, 1994 - Behavior modification - 426 pages
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This comprehensive survey describes the basic principles, theories, controversies and experiments in the field of learning. Focusing on both classic studies and recent developments and trends, it deals with how people and animals learn and how learning impacts behaviours. The emphasis throughout is on the importance of learning principles in everyday life.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Simple Ideas Simple Associations and Simple Cells
18
Innate Behavior Patterns and Habituation
35
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