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Theories Of Learning

Gordon H. Bower, E. Hilgard
Published 1948 · Philosophy, Psychology

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1. The Nature of Learning Theory. I. BEHAVIORAL-ASSOCIATIONIST THEORIES. 2. Thorndike's Connectionism. 3. Pavlov's Classical Conditioning. 4. Guthrie's Contiguous Conditioning. 5. Hull's Systematic Behavior Theory. 6. Human Associative Learning. 7. Skinner's Operant Conditioning. 8. Este's Stimulus Sampling Theory. 9. Recent Developments in Behavioral Theories. II. COGNITIVE-ORGANIZATIONAL THEORIES. 10. Gestalt Theory. 11. Tolman's Sign Learning. 12. Information-Processing Theories of Behavior. 13. Recent Developments in Cognitive Theories. III. RELATED FIELDS. 14. Neurophysiology of Learning. 15. Applications to Education. Reference Section. Author Index. Subject Index.
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