Theories of Learning

@article{Bower1948TheoriesOL,
  title={Theories of Learning},
  author={G. Bower and E. Hilgard},
  journal={American Journal of Psychology},
  year={1948},
  volume={94},
  pages={656}
}
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… Expand
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