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Essays in neobehaviorism; a memorial volume to Kenneth W. Spence. Edited by Howard H. Kendler [and] Janet T. Spence.

; Kendler, Howard H., 1919- editor ; Spence, Janet T., editor
New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts [1971] .
ISBN 9780390503404, 0390503401

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Other Authors Kendler, Howard H., 1919-
Spence, Janet T.,
Spence, Kenneth W. 1907-1967.
Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Behaviorism (Psychology)
Béhaviorisme (Psychologie))
Psicología -- Historia.
Psicología -- Sistemas.
Series Century psychology series (Appleton-Century-Crofts, inc.)
Description xii, 345 pages illustrations 25 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Kenneth W. Spence: 1907-1967.--Tenets of neobehaviorism, by H.H. Kendler and J.T. Spence.--A theory of experimental extinction and its relation to a general theory, by M.R. Denny.--Cognitive inhibition in classical conditioning, by G.A. Kimble.--The orienting reflex and thinking as determiners of conditioning and generalization to words, by I. Maltzman.--Reinforcement in classical conditioning, by C.C. Perkins, Jr.--Discrete trials and their relation to free-behavior situations, by J.R. Platt.--Cognitive factors in conditioning, by L.E. Ross.--Elementary associations, by A.R. Wagner.--Positive induction, behavioral contrast, and generalization of inhibition in discrimination learning, by A. Amsel.--Continuity theory and cue-dominance, by T.S. Kendler.--Essentials of a theory of discrimination learning, by F.A. Logan.--A threshold model for drive, by G.R. Grice.--Recognition memory, by B.J. Underwood.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)212245
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