Associations and propositions: the case for a dual-process account of learning in humans.


We review evidence that supports the conclusion that people can and do learn in two distinct ways - one associative, the other propositional. No one disputes that we solve problems by testing hypotheses and inducing underlying rules, so the issue amounts to deciding whether there is evidence that we (and other animals) also rely on a simpler, associative… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.nlm.2013.09.014


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