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The Resource Fundamentals of learning and motivation, [by] Frank A. Logan

Fundamentals of learning and motivation, [by] Frank A. Logan

Label
Fundamentals of learning and motivation
Title
Fundamentals of learning and motivation
Statement of responsibility
[by] Frank A. Logan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1924-2004
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Logan, Frank A.
Dewey number
152.5
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
LB1065
LC item number
.L6
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Fundamentals of psychology series
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  • Learning, Psychology of
  • Motivation (Psychology)
  • Achievement
  • Learning
  • Motivation
  • Motivacao
  • Processos Cognitivos
  • Leren
  • Motivatie
  • Einführung
  • Lernmotivation
  • Apprentissage, Psychologie de l'
  • Motivation (Psychologie)
Label
Fundamentals of learning and motivation, [by] Frank A. Logan
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 211-222
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction to Learning -- What is Learning? -- What is Learned? An Association -- What is Learned? Associations among Stimuli and Responses -- The Stimulus -- Events that ARE Stimuli -- Stimulus Trace -- Stimulus Decreases -- Relationships -- Context -- Feedback -- Events that are NOT Stimuli -- Sensory Adaptation -- Receptor-Orienting Acts -- Attention -- The Emotional Value of Stimuli -- Stimulus Satiation -- True-False Items: The Stimulus -- The Response -- Movements and Acts -- Behaviors that ARE Learnable Responses -- Not-responding as a Response -- Behavior Chains -- Response Dimensions -- Response Incompatibility -- Response Satiation -- True-False Items: The Response -- The Anticipatory Response -- Examples of Anticipatory Responses -- Classical Conditioning -- Temporal Conditioning -- Higher-order Conditioning -- Anticipatory Instrumental Responses -- Facts of Conditioning -- Course of Conditioning -- Inter-stimulus Interval -- Latency of the CR -- Generalization -- External Inhibition -- Experimental Extinction -- Summary -- What a Difference a Second Makes -- True-False Items: The Anticipatory Response -- A Scientific Theory of Classical Conditioning -- Habit: Classical Conditioning and Generalization -- Postulate I. Habit -- Inhibition: Extinction and Spontaneous Recovery -- Disinhibition -- Differential Classical Conditioning -- Experimental Neurosis -- True-False Items: A Scientific Theory of Classical Conditioning -- Positive Reinforcement -- Events that ARE Rewarding -- Functional Identification -- The Drive-reduction Hypothesis -- Secondary Reinforcement -- High-probability Behaviors -- Summary -- Operant Conditioning -- Fixed-interval Schedule Behavior -- Variable-interval Schedule Behavior -- Fixed-ratio Schedule Behavior -- Variable-ration Schedule Behavior -- Complex Schedules -- Summary and Applications -- Instrumental Conditioning -- Amount of Reward -- Delay of Reward -- Partial Reinforcement and the Goal Gradient -- The Power of Positive Control -- Mail -- Listening -- Conclusion -- True-False Items: Positive Reinforcement -- Negative Reinforcement -- Events that ARE Aversive -- Primary Negative Reinforcement: Escape Learning -- Secondary Negative Reinforcement: Avoidance Learning -- Learning NOT to Learn -- Helplessness -- Elicited Aggression -- True-False Items: Negative Reinforcement -- Response Persistence: Extinction, Counterconditioning and Punishment -- Factors which INCREASE Response Persistence -- Stimulus Variability -- Response Variability -- Reinforcement Variability -- Punishment -- Summary -- Factors which DECREASE Response Persistence -- Amount of Reward -- Extended Training -- Summary -- Eliminating Responses -- Extinction -- Counterconditioning -- Punishment -- True-False Items: Response Persistence -- Generalization, Discrimination and Differentiation -- The Concept of Similarity -- Continuous Dimensions -- Common elements -- Learned Similarity -- Summary -- Factors which INCREASE Generalization -- Amount of Reward -- Extended Training -- Summary of Generalization -- Discrimination and Differentiation -- Types of Discrimination Situations -- Differential (Multiple) Classical Conditioning -- Differential (Multiple) Operant Conditioning -- Differential (Multiple) Instrumental Conditioning -- Simultaneous Discrimination -- Summary of Types of Discrimination Situations -- Factors which Affect Discrimination Learning -- Similarity -- Nondifferential Reinforcement -- Transposition -- Transfer -- Learning to Learn -- Summary of Factors which Affect Discrimination Learning -- Errorless Discrimination Learning -- True-False Items Generalization, Discrimination and Differentiation -- An Overview of Learning -- Introduction to Motivation -- Biological needs and Psychological Drives -- An Experimental Distinction of Learning and Motivation -- How do Learning and Motivation Combine? -- How does Motivation Affect Learning? -- Motivation Affects the Responses Learned -- Motivation Affects the Stimuli that are Learned -- Changes in Reward -- Direct Placement -- Summary -- Review of Positive Reinforcement -- Decision making -- To Wit... -- True-False Items: Incentive Motivation -- Concluding Remarks -- Glossary -- Suggested Reading for Further Study -- References -- Index
Control code
105980
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xvii, 226 pages
Isbn
9780697061362
Isbn Type
(pbk)
Lccn
78096325
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)525761
Label
Fundamentals of learning and motivation, [by] Frank A. Logan
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 211-222
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction to Learning -- What is Learning? -- What is Learned? An Association -- What is Learned? Associations among Stimuli and Responses -- The Stimulus -- Events that ARE Stimuli -- Stimulus Trace -- Stimulus Decreases -- Relationships -- Context -- Feedback -- Events that are NOT Stimuli -- Sensory Adaptation -- Receptor-Orienting Acts -- Attention -- The Emotional Value of Stimuli -- Stimulus Satiation -- True-False Items: The Stimulus -- The Response -- Movements and Acts -- Behaviors that ARE Learnable Responses -- Not-responding as a Response -- Behavior Chains -- Response Dimensions -- Response Incompatibility -- Response Satiation -- True-False Items: The Response -- The Anticipatory Response -- Examples of Anticipatory Responses -- Classical Conditioning -- Temporal Conditioning -- Higher-order Conditioning -- Anticipatory Instrumental Responses -- Facts of Conditioning -- Course of Conditioning -- Inter-stimulus Interval -- Latency of the CR -- Generalization -- External Inhibition -- Experimental Extinction -- Summary -- What a Difference a Second Makes -- True-False Items: The Anticipatory Response -- A Scientific Theory of Classical Conditioning -- Habit: Classical Conditioning and Generalization -- Postulate I. Habit -- Inhibition: Extinction and Spontaneous Recovery -- Disinhibition -- Differential Classical Conditioning -- Experimental Neurosis -- True-False Items: A Scientific Theory of Classical Conditioning -- Positive Reinforcement -- Events that ARE Rewarding -- Functional Identification -- The Drive-reduction Hypothesis -- Secondary Reinforcement -- High-probability Behaviors -- Summary -- Operant Conditioning -- Fixed-interval Schedule Behavior -- Variable-interval Schedule Behavior -- Fixed-ratio Schedule Behavior -- Variable-ration Schedule Behavior -- Complex Schedules -- Summary and Applications -- Instrumental Conditioning -- Amount of Reward -- Delay of Reward -- Partial Reinforcement and the Goal Gradient -- The Power of Positive Control -- Mail -- Listening -- Conclusion -- True-False Items: Positive Reinforcement -- Negative Reinforcement -- Events that ARE Aversive -- Primary Negative Reinforcement: Escape Learning -- Secondary Negative Reinforcement: Avoidance Learning -- Learning NOT to Learn -- Helplessness -- Elicited Aggression -- True-False Items: Negative Reinforcement -- Response Persistence: Extinction, Counterconditioning and Punishment -- Factors which INCREASE Response Persistence -- Stimulus Variability -- Response Variability -- Reinforcement Variability -- Punishment -- Summary -- Factors which DECREASE Response Persistence -- Amount of Reward -- Extended Training -- Summary -- Eliminating Responses -- Extinction -- Counterconditioning -- Punishment -- True-False Items: Response Persistence -- Generalization, Discrimination and Differentiation -- The Concept of Similarity -- Continuous Dimensions -- Common elements -- Learned Similarity -- Summary -- Factors which INCREASE Generalization -- Amount of Reward -- Extended Training -- Summary of Generalization -- Discrimination and Differentiation -- Types of Discrimination Situations -- Differential (Multiple) Classical Conditioning -- Differential (Multiple) Operant Conditioning -- Differential (Multiple) Instrumental Conditioning -- Simultaneous Discrimination -- Summary of Types of Discrimination Situations -- Factors which Affect Discrimination Learning -- Similarity -- Nondifferential Reinforcement -- Transposition -- Transfer -- Learning to Learn -- Summary of Factors which Affect Discrimination Learning -- Errorless Discrimination Learning -- True-False Items Generalization, Discrimination and Differentiation -- An Overview of Learning -- Introduction to Motivation -- Biological needs and Psychological Drives -- An Experimental Distinction of Learning and Motivation -- How do Learning and Motivation Combine? -- How does Motivation Affect Learning? -- Motivation Affects the Responses Learned -- Motivation Affects the Stimuli that are Learned -- Changes in Reward -- Direct Placement -- Summary -- Review of Positive Reinforcement -- Decision making -- To Wit... -- True-False Items: Incentive Motivation -- Concluding Remarks -- Glossary -- Suggested Reading for Further Study -- References -- Index
Control code
105980
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xvii, 226 pages
Isbn
9780697061362
Isbn Type
(pbk)
Lccn
78096325
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)525761

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