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The Psychology of Learning, Paperback / softback Book

The Psychology of Learning Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


An introduction to the psychology of learning that summarizes and integrates findings from both functional psychology and cognitive psychology. Learning unites all living creatures, from simple microbes to complex human beings.

But what is learning? And how does it work? For over a century, psychologists have considered such questions.

Behavior analysts examined the ways in which the environment shapes behavior, whereas cognitive scientists have sought to understand the mental processes that enable us to learn.

This book offers an introduction to the psychology of learning that draws on the key findings and major insights from both functional (behavior analysis) and cognitive approaches.


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