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Neurophysiological and Evolutionary Theories

Donald O. Hebb and Robert C. Bolles
by Deanna Dobbs on 28 August 2013

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Transcript of Neurophysiological and Evolutionary Theories

Neurophysiological and Evolutionary Theories
Presented by:
Deanna Dobbs
PSY-390
August 27, 2013
Marty Mendenhall, Ph.D.

Agenda:
Contributions to Learning and
Cognition
Associated Models of Each
Theorist
Framework of Theoretical
Concepts
Modern-Day Relevancy of Models
Conclusion
Donald O. Hebb
Associated Models
Tuesday, Aug. 27
Donald Hebb
Robert Bolles
Gesalt Theory
References
Brain works as an interrlated
whole
Cell Assembly and Phase
Sequence
Arousal Theory
Conceptual Frameworks
Hebb
Bolles
Modern-day Relevancy
Conclusion
Impacts and Influences on Learning/Cognition
Associated Models
Framework of Concepts
Continuing Influence
Hebb:
Encoding Process
Dual Trace Mechanism
Short/Long Term Memory
Bolles:
Proximate Explanations
Ultimate Explanations
People still study learning and motivation
Internet, books, media, advertising
Educational curriculum
Today:
(1904-1985)
Gestalt Theory
perception, learning, thinking
Cognitive Science
Neuroscience
Contributors
Robert C. Bolles
(1928-1994)
Evolutionary Psychology
Motivation Psychology
Fear and Avoidance
Functional Behaviorist
Theory of Motivation
SSDR Theory
Hebbiam Learning
Cell Assemblies
Phase Sequence
Questions
?

Expectancy Theory
Expectancties
Innate Predisposition
Niche Argument
Kendra Cherry. (2012). What is Biopsychology? Brain and Behavior. Retrieved August 18, 2013, from About Psychology: http://psychology.about.com/od/biopsychology/a/biopsyc.htm

McLeod, S. (2009). Jean Piaget. Retrieved August 18, 2013, from Simply Psychology: http://www.simply psychology.org/piaget.html


Olsen, M., & Hergenhahn, B. F. (2013). An Introduction to Theories of Learning, Ninth Edition. New York: Pearson.


Pinel, J. P. (2009). Biopsychology as a Neuroscience. In J. P. Pinel, Biopsychology, Seventh Edition (p. Ch 1). Boston, MA: Pearson Education.
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