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INTRODUCTION TO THEORIES OF LEARNING

ISBN: 9780131278219
For undergraduate and graduate courses in Learning Theory and Learning in departments of psychology and education. Accessible for undergraduates yet thorough enough for graduate students, this comprehensive text defines learning and shows how the learning process is studied. The text places learning in its historical perspective, giving students an appreciation for the figures and theories that have shaped 100 years of learning theory research.NEW TO THIS EDITION Updated research and references throughout. Provides students with the most current research in the field in a user-friendly user format. Research in the Pavlovian tradition. Shows students learning irrelevance and superconditioning phenomena. ?Active brain? approach in Gestalt psychology and neural plasticity. Provides students with new information about exciting developments in the neurosciences. Contemporary re-thinking about the brain's reinforcement centers. Shows students new thinking about the roles of these centers in addiction.FEATURES AND BENEFITS NEW - Updated research and references throughout. Provides students with the most current research in the field in a user-friendly user format. NEW - Research in the Pavlovian tradition. Shows students learning irrelevance and superconditioning phenomena. NEW - ?Active brain? approach in Gestalt psychology and neural plasticity. Provides students with new information about exciting developments in the neurosciences. NEW - Contemporary re-thinking about the brain's reinforcement centers. Shows students new thinking about the roles of these centers in addiction. Full-chapter coverage of each major theory/theorist. Helps students recognize the significance of each theory/theorist and their contribution to the field. Examples of theory put into practice. Enables students to relate theoretical concepts to real-life situations. End-of-chapter evaluation sections?Includes conditions and criticisms.