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Psychology of learning and motivation : advances in research and theory. Volume 21

Publisher: San Diego : Academic Press, ©1987.
Series: Psychology of learning and motivation, v. 21.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Psychology of learning and motivation.
San Diego : Academic Press, ©1987
(OCoLC)38859127
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9780080863726 0080863728 0125433212 9780125433211 1281514772 9781281514776 9786611514778 6611514775
OCLC Number: 505138257
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 319 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Cover; Contents; Chapter 1. An Integrated Computational Model Of Stimulus-Response Compatibility And Practice; I. Performance: Compatibility and Goal Hierarchies; II. Learning: Practice and Chunking; III. Discussion; References; Chapter 2. A Connectionist/Control Architecture For Working Memory; I. Introduction; II. Traditional Views of Short-Term Memory; III. A Connectionist/Control Architecture for Working Memory; IV. Interpretation of the Working-Memory Literature; V. Context Effects, Proactive Interference, and Release from Proactive Interference VI. Skilled Memory, Mnemonics, and Levels of ProcessingVII. Serial Outputs and Chunking; VIII. Workload and Working Memory; IX. Working Memory in Learning and Skill Acquisition; X. Final Comments; References; Chapter 3. The Intelligent Hand; I. The Curious Discrepancy between Two Phenomena; II. Haptic Apprehension and Recognition: Theoretical Issues; III. Conclusions and Applications; References; Chapter 4. Successive Approximations To A Model Of Human Motor Programming; I. Introduction; II. Hierarchical Decisions in Sequence Choices; III. The Motor-Program Editor Model IV. Further Tests of the Hierarchial Decisions Model and Motor-Program Editor ModelV. The Hierarchical Editor Model; VI. Parallel Editing and Execution; VII. Conclusions; References; Chapter 5. Modular Analysis Of Timing In Motor Skill; I. Introduction; II. Issues in the Study of Timing; III. Individual Differences in Timing; IV. Further Analysis of Force Control and Maximum Rate; V. Individual Differences in Skill; VI. Neurological Analysis of Timing; VII. Other Approaches to Modularity; VIII. Conclusions; References; Chapter 6. Associative Accounts Of Causality Judgment; I. Introduction II. Contiguity and ContingencyIII. Acquisition of Causality Judgments; IV. Blocking by the Causal Background; V. Retrospective Evaluation; VI. Comparator Theories; VII. Conclusion; References; Chapter 7. Anxiety And The Amygdala: Pharmacological And Anatomical Analysis Of The Fear-Potentiated Startle Paradigm; I. Introduction; II. The Fear-Potentiated Startle Paradigm; III. The Pharmacology of Fear-Potentiated Startle; IV. Neural Systems Involved in Fear-Potentiated Startle; V. Sensitization of Startle by Footshocks; VI. Anxiety and the Amygdala; VII. Summary and Conclusions; References
Series Title: Psychology of learning and motivation, v. 21.
Responsibility: edited by Gordon H. Bower.

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