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PART I: SCIENCE AND THEORY.
1. Human Learning.
PART II: MOSTLY BEHAVIORISTIC THEORIES.
2. Early Behaviorism: Pavlov, Watson, and Guthrie.
3. The Effects of Behavior: Thorndike and Hull.
4. Operant Conditioning: Skinner’s Radical Behaviorism.
5. Evolutionary Psychology: Learning, Biology, and the Brain.
PART III: THE BEGINNINGS OF MODERN COGNITIVISM.
6. A Transition to Modern Cognitivism: Hebb, Tolman, and the Gestaltists.
PART IV: MOSTLY COGNITIVE THEORIES.
7. Three Cognitive Theories: Bruner, Piaget, and Vygotsky.
8. Symbolic Models of the Mind and Neural Networks.
9. Learning and Remembering.
11. Social Learning: Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory.
PART V: SUMMARY.
12. Summary, Synthesis, and Integration.