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Neurophysiological and Evolutionary Theories
Transcript of Neurophysiological and Evolutionary Theories
August 27, 2013
Marty Mendenhall, Ph.D.
Contributions to Learning and
Associated Models of Each
Framework of Theoretical
Modern-Day Relevancy of Models
Donald O. Hebb
Tuesday, Aug. 27
Brain works as an interrlated
Cell Assembly and Phase
Impacts and Influences on Learning/Cognition
Framework of Concepts
Dual Trace Mechanism
Short/Long Term Memory
People still study learning and motivation
Internet, books, media, advertising
perception, learning, thinking
Robert C. Bolles
Fear and Avoidance
Theory of Motivation
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