Learning and Memory
Fourth EditionMark A. Gluck; Eduardo Mercado; Catherine E. Myers©2020
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 Fundamental Themes in the Psychology of Learning and Memory
CHAPTER 2 The Neuroscience of Learning and Memory
CHAPTER 3 Habituation, Sensitization, and Familiarization:
Learning About Repeated Events
CHAPTER 4 Classical Conditioning:
Learning to Predict Significant Events
CHAPTER 5 Operant Conditioning:
Learning the Outcome of Behaviors
CHAPTER 6 Generalization, Discrimination Learning, and Concept Formation
CHAPTER 7 Episodic and Semantic Memory:
Memory for Events and for Facts
CHAPTER 8 Skill Memory:
Learning by Doing
CHAPTER 9 Working Memory and Cognitive Control
Integrative Topics Module
CHAPTER 10 Emotional Influences on Learning and Memory
CHAPTER 11 Social Learning and Memory:
Observing, Interacting, and Reenacting
CHAPTER 12 Development and Aging:
Learning and Memory Across the Lifespan
Name Index NI-1
Subject Index SI-1