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Theories of Human Learning : What the Old Man Said

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780534362201

ISBN10:
0534362206
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/30/1999
Publisher(s):
Wadsworth Publishing

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This is the 4th edition with a publication date of 6/30/1999.
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Summary

The old man isn't just anyone. In fact, professors familiar with previous editions of this book may conclude that he is related to those extraterrestrials Kongor and Kro, who so successfully guided students through the maze of historic and current theories that help us understand how humans learn. And, wise as he is, the old man does the job even more effectively than his predecessors in this Fourth Edition of THEORIES OF HUMAN LEARNING: WHAT THE OLD MAN SAID. Both a serious academic text and a delightful story, this book offers a clear, readable look at a full range of learning theories?from behavioristic to cognitive?examining memory and motivation, and concluding with a comprehensive synthesis. Its most apparent strength is its easily accessible style, but its greatest value lies in the clarity of its concepts.

Table of Contents

Part 1 The First Words: Science and Theory 1(26)
1 Human Learning: Science and Theory
1(26)
Part 2 Mostly Behavioristic Theories 27(128)
2 Pavlov, Watson, and Guthrie: EarlyBehaviorism
27(34)
3 Thorndike and Hull: The Effects of Behavior
61(29)
4 Skinner's Radical Behaviorism: Operant Conditioning
90(44)
5 Learning and Biology: Evolutionary Psychology
134(21)
Part 3 The Beginnings of Modern Cognitivism 155(35)
6 Hebb, Tolman, and the Gestaltists: Toward Modern Cognitivism
155(35)
Part 4 Mostly Cognitive Theories 190(120)
7 Bruner and Piaget: Two Cognitive Theories
190(44)
8 Neural Networks: The New Connectionism
234(21)
9 Learning and Remembering: Models of Memory
255(30)
10 Motives: Behavior's Reasons and Causes
285(25)
Part 5 The Last Words: Summary 310(29)
11 Analysis, Synthesis, and Integration
310(29)
Epilogue 339(2)
Glossary 341(14)
References 355(14)
Name Index 369(6)
Subject Index 375(10)
Photo Credits 385


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