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Associative learning and conditioning theory : human and non-human applications

Author: Todd R Schachtman; Steve Reilly
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2011
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Organisms survive and succeed because of their ability to learn and adapt to changing circumstances and new demands. As discussed in the chapters of the present volume, an appreciation of the  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Todd R Schachtman; Steve Reilly
ISBN: 9780199735969 0199735964
OCLC Number: 768652183
Notes: Things you always wanted to know about conditioning, but were afraid to ask / by Todd R. Schachtman and Steve Reilly. Fear extinction and emotional processing theory : a critical review / by Seth J. Gillihan and Edna Foa. Fear conditioning and attention to threat : an integrative approach to understanding the etiology of anxiety disorders / by Katherine Oehlberg and Susan Mineka. Behavioral techniques to reduce relapse after exposure therapy : applications of studies of experimental extinction / by Mario A. Laborda, Bridget L. McConnell, and Ralph R. Miller. Learning and anxiety / by Peter F. Lovibond. Trauma, learned helplessness, its neuroscience and implication for PTSD / by Vincent M. LoLordo and J. Bruce Overmier. Abberant attentional processes in schizophrenia as reflected in latent inhibition data / by Robert E. Lubow. Discrimination learning process in autism : spectrum disorders : a comparator theory / by Phil Reed. Conditioned immunomodulation / by Jennifer L. Szczytkowski and Donald T. Lysle. Learning, expectancy and conditioning : human and animal applications / by M. Vogel-Sprott and Mark T. Fillmore. Applications of contemporary learning theory in the treatment of drug abuse / by Danielle E. McCarthy ... [et al.]. Internal stimuli generated by abused substances : role of Pavlovian conditioning and its implications for drug addiction / by Rick A. Bevins and Jennifer E. Murray. Learning to eat : the influence of food cues on what, when and how much we eat / by Janet Polivy, C. Peter Herman, and Laura Girz. Conditional analgesia, negative feedback & error correction / by Moriel Zelikowsky and Michael S. Fanselow. Incentives in the modification and cessation of cigarette smoking / by Edwin B. Fisher ... [et al.]. Social learning and connectionism / by Frank Van Overwalle. Application of associative learning paradigms to clinically relevant individual differences in cognitive processing / by Teresa A. Treat ... [et al.]. A review of procedural knowledge about the mental process models of evaluative conditioning / by Jan De Houwer. Instrumental and Pavlovian conditioning analogues of familiar social processes / by Robert Ervin Cramer and Robert Frank Weiss. The impact of social cognition on emotional learning from and about others : a neurobiological perspective / by Andreas Olsson. Conditioning and marketing / by Todd R. Schachtman, Jennifer Walker and Stephanie Wade. Applications of Pavlovian conditioning to sexual behavior and reproduction / by Michael Domjan and Chana K. Akins. Hot and bothered : classical conditioning of sexual incentives in humans / by Heather Hoffman
Description: 573 p. : illustrations
Contents: SECTION I: OVERVIEW; THINGS YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT CONDITIONING, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK; TODD R. SCHACHTMAN AND STEVE REILLY; SECTION II: APPLICATIONS TO CLINICAL PATHOLOGY; FEAR EXTINCTION AND EMOTIONAL PROCESSING THEORY: A CRITICAL REVIEW; SETH J. GILLIHAN AND EDNA FOA; FEAR CONDITIONING AND ATTENTION TO THREAT: AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING THE ETIOLOGY OF ANXIETY DISORDERS; KATHERINE OEHLBERG AND SUSAN MINEKA; BEHAVIORAL TECHNIQUES TO REDUCE RELAPSE AFTER EXPOSURE THERAPY: APPLICATIONS OF STUDIES OF EXPERIMENTAL EXTINCTION; MARIO A. LABORDA, BRIDGET L. MCCONNELL, AND RALPH R. MILLER; LEARNING AND ANXIETY; PETER F. LOVIBOND; TRAUMA, LEARNED HELPLESSNESS, ITS NEUROSCIENCE AND IMPLICATION FOR PTSD; VINCENT M. LOLORDO AND J. BRUCE OVERMIER; ABBERANT ATTENTIONAL PROCESSES IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AS REFLECTED IN LATENT INHIBITION DATA; ROBERT E. LUBOW; DISCRIMINATION LEARNING PROCESS IN AUTISM: SPECTRUM DISORDERS: A COMPARATOR THEORY; PHIL REED; SECTION III: APPLICATIONS TO HEALTH AND ADDICTION; CONDITIONED IMMUNOMODULATION; JENNIFER L. SZCZYTKOWSKI AND DONALD T. LYSLE; LEARNING, EXPECTANCY AND CONDITIONING: HUMAN AND ANIMAL APPLICATIONS; M. VOGEL-SPROTT AND MARK T. FILLMORE; APPLICATIONS OF CONTEMPORARY LEARNING THEORY IN THE TREATMENT OF DRUG ABUSE; DANIELLE E. MCCARTHY, TIMOTHY B. BAKER, HARUKA MINAMI, AND VIVIAN YEH; INTERNAL STIMULI GENERATED BY ABUSED SUBSTANCES: ROLE OF PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR DRUG ADDICTION; RICK A. BEVINS AND JENNIFER E. MURRAY; LEARNING TO EAT: THE INFLUENCE OF FOOD CUES ON WHAT, WHEN AND HOW MUCH WE EAT; JANET POLIVY, C. PETER HERMAN, AND LAURA GIRZ; CONDITIONAL ANALGESIA, NEGATIVE FEEDBACK & ERROR CORRECTION; MORIEL ZELIKOWSKY AND MICHAEL S. FANSELOW; INCENTIVES IN THE MODIFICATION AND CESSATION OF CIGARETTE SMOKING; EDWIN B. FISHER, LEONARD GREEN, AMANDA L. CALVERT, & RUSSELL E. GLASGOW; SECTION IV: APPLICATIONS TO COGNITION, SOCIAL INTERACTION AND MOTIVATION; SOCIAL LEARNING AND CONNECTIONISM; FRANK VAN OVERWALLE; APPLICATION OF ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING PARADIGMS TO CLINICALLY RELEVANT INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN COGNITIVE PROCESSING; TERESA A. TREAT, JOHN L. KRUSCHKE, RICHARD J. VIKEN, AND RICHARD M. MCFALL; A REVIEW OF PROCEDURAL KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE MENTAL PROCESS MODELS OF EVALUATIVE CONDITIONING; JAN DE HOUWER; INSTRUMENTAL AND PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING ANALOGUES OF FAMILIAR SOCIAL PROCESSES; ROBERT ERVIN CRAMER AND ROBERT FRANK WEISS; THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL COGNITION ON EMOTIONAL LEARNING FROM AND ABOUT OTHERS: A NEUROBIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE; ANDREAS OLSSON; CONDITIONING AND MARKETING; TODD R. SCHACHTMAN, JENNIFER WALKER AND STEPHANIE WADE; APPLICATIONS OF PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING TO SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AND REPRODUCTION; MICHAEL DOMJAN AND CHANA K. AKINS; HOT AND BOTHERED: CLASSICAL CONDITIONING OF SEXUAL INCENTIVES IN HUMANS; HEATHER HOFFMAN
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Clinicians and researchers who use learning theory should definitely have this book in their libraries. * Doody's Notes *

 
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