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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION MODULE 1. The Psychology of Learning and Memory 2. The Neuroscience of Learning and Memory
LEARNING MODULE 3. Habituation, Sensitization, and Familiarization: Learning about Repeated Events 4. Classical Conditioning: Learning to Predict Important Events 5. Operant Conditioning: Learning the Outcome of Behaviors 6. Generalization and Discrimination Learning
MEMORY MODULE 7. Semantic and Episodic Memory: Memory for Facts and Events 8. Skill Memory: Learning by Doing 9. Working Memory and Cognitive Control
INTEGRATIVE TOPICS MODULE 10. Emotional Influences on Learning and Memory 11. Social Learning and Memory: Observing, Interacting, and Reenacting 12. Development and Aging: Learning and Memory across the Lifespan