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The text explains major theories of learning, traces historical developments and covers how they are related to educational practice. The focus is on theories of learning rather than principles of learning.
Table of Contents
PART ONE INTRODUCTION TO LEARNING
What is Learning?
Approaches to the Study of Learning
Early Notions about Learning
PART TWO PREDOMINANTLY FUNCTIONALISTIC THEORIES
Edward Lee Thorndike
Burrhus Frederic Skinner
Clark Leonard Hull
PART THREE PREDOMINANTLY ASSOCIATIONISTIC THEORIES
Ivan Petrovich Pavlov
Edwin Ray Guthrie
William Kaye Estes
PART FOUR PREDOMINANTLY COGNITIVE THEORIES
Edward Chace Tolman
Donald A. Norman
PART FIVE A PREDOMINANTLY NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL THEORY