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Learning and MemoryFrom Brain to Behavior

Learning and MemoryFrom Brain to Behavior 4th Edition

By: Mark A. Gluck Eduardo Mercado Catherine E. Myers
ISBN-10: 1319107389
/ ISBN-13: 9781319207335
Edition: 4th Edition
Language: English
				
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    About this Book

  • Cover Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Dedication
  • About the Authors
  • Brief Contents
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Introductory Module

  • Chapter 1 Fundamental Themes in the Psychology of Learning and Memory
  • 1.1 Linking Ideas in the Mind
  • William James and Memory Networks
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Top 10 Tips for a Better Memory
  • Ivan Pavlov’s Conditioning Studies
  • Edward Thorndike and the Law of Effect
  • 1.2 Nature Versus Nurture
  • Descartes and Dualism
  • John Locke and the Blank Slate
  • John Watson’s Behaviorism
  • B. F. Skinner’s Radical Behaviorism
  • 1.3 Comparing Humans to Other Animals
  • Charles Darwin and the Theory of Natural Selection
  • The Neo-Behaviorism of Edward Tolman
  • 1.4 Formal Models and Universal Laws
  • Hermann Ebbinghaus and Human Memory Experiments
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: What If You Could Form No New Memories?
  • Clark Hull and Mathematical Models of Learning
  • W. K. Estes and Mathematical Psychology
  • George Miller and Information Theory
  • The Connectionist Models of David Rumelhart
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 1 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter 2 The Neuroscience of Learning and Memory
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Top Five Tips for Faster Forgetting
  • 2.1 Structural Plasticity in Nervous Systems
  • Brains
  • How Experience Changes Brain Structure
  • 2.2 Functional Properties of Learning and Memory Systems
  • What Brains Do
  • How Remembering Changes Brain Activity
  • 2.3 Finding and Manipulating Memories
  • Looking for Memories
  • How Researchers Change Brain Activity
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Can a Pill Improve Your Memory?
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 2 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Learning Module

  • Chapter 3 Habituation, Sensitization, and Familiarization: Learning About Repeated Events
  • 3.1 Behavioral Processes
  • Recognizing and Responding to Repetition
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Sex on the Beach
  • The What and Where of Learning from Exposure
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Unconscious Racial Bias
  • 3.2 Brain Substrates
  • An Invertebrate Model System
  • Perceptual Learning and Cortical Plasticity
  • Hippocampal Involvement in Spatial Learning and Familiarity
  • 3.3 Clinical Perspectives
  • Rehabilitation After Stroke: Habituation Gone Awry
  • Sensitization to Stress in Anxiety and Depression
  • Human–Machine Interfaces: Regaining Sensory Modalities Through Perceptual Learning
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 3 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter 4 Classical Conditioning: Learning to Predict Significant Events
  • 4.1 Behavioral Processes
  • Basic Concepts of Classical Conditioning
  • Refining the Basic Principles
  • Error Correction and the Modulation of US Processing
  • Stimulus Attention and the Modulation of CS Processing
  • Other Determinants of Conditioning
  • 4.2 Brain Substrates
  • Conditioning of Motor Reflexes in the Mammalian Brain
  • Invertebrates and the Cellular Basis of Learning
  • 4.3 Clinical Perspectives
  • Tolerance to Addictive Drugs
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Extinguishing a Drug Habit
  • Reducing the Need for Medication or Reducing Its Side Effects
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 4 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter 5 Operant Conditioning: Learning the Outcome of Behaviors
  • 5.1 Behavioral Processes
  • The “Discovery” of Operant Conditioning
  • Learning About Stimuli and Responses
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Drug-Detecting Dogs
  • Learning About Outcomes
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: The Problem with Punishment
  • Putting It All Together: Building the SD ➔ R ➔ O Association
  • Choice Behavior
  • 5.2 Brain Substrates
  • The Dorsal Striatum and Stimulus–Response (SD ➔ R) Learning
  • The Orbitofrontal Cortex and Learning to Predict Outcomes
  • Mechanisms of Reinforcement Signaling in the Brain
  • Punishment Signaling in the Brain
  • 5.3 Clinical Perspectives
  • Drug Addiction
  • Behavioral Addiction
  • Treatments for Addiction
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 5 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter 6 Generalization, Discrimination Learning, and Concept Formation
  • 6.1 Behavioral Processes
  • Generalization: When Similar Stimuli Predict Similar Outcomes
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: How Does Amazon.com Know What You Want to Buy Next?
  • Discrimination Learning and Stimulus Control: When Similar Stimuli Predict Different Outcomes
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Sleep Better Through Stimulus Control
  • Beyond Similarity
  • Concept Formation, Category Learning, and Prototypes
  • Stereotypes, Discrimination, and Racism in Generalizations About Other People
  • 6.2 Brain Substrates
  • Cortical Representations and Generalization
  • Generalization and the Hippocampal Region
  • 6.3 Clinical Perspectives
  • Generalization Deficits in Schizophrenia
  • Altered Generalization in Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 6 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Memory Module

  • Chapter 7 Episodic Memory and Semantic Memory: Memory for Events and for Facts
  • 7.1 Behavioral Processes
  • Features of Episodic Memory and Semantic Memory
  • Encoding New Memories
  • Retrieving Existing Memories
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Extraordinary Memorizers
  • When Memory Fails
  • Memory Consolidation and Reconsolidation
  • Metamemory
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Optimize Your Study Habits
  • 7.2 Brain Substrates
  • Cortical Networks for Semantic Memory
  • The Medial Temporal Lobes and Memory Storage
  • Determining What Gets Stored
  • Long-Term Storage and Retrieval
  • 7.3 Clinical Perspectives
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: The Cost of Concussion
  • Transient Global Amnesia
  • Functional Amnesia
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 7 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter 8 Skill Memory: Learning by Doing
  • 8.1 Behavioral Processes
  • Features of Skill Memories
  • Encoding New Memories
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Are Some Cognitive Skills Easier for Men Than for Women?
  • Retrieving Existing Memories
  • When Memory Fails
  • 8.2 Brain Substrates
  • The Basal Ganglia and Skill Learning
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Are Video Games Good for the Brain?
  • Cortical Representations of Skills
  • The Cerebellum and Timing
  • 8.3 Clinical Perspectives
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Human–Machine Interfaces: Learning to Consciously Control Artificial Limbs
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 8 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter 9 Working Memory and Cognitive Control
  • 9.1 Behavioral Processes
  • Transient Memories
  • Working Memory
  • Cognitive Control
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Give Your Working Memory a Break
  • 9.2 Brain Substrates
  • Frontal-Lobe Anatomy and Consequences of Frontal-Lobe Damage
  • Studies of Frontal Brain Activity During Working-Memory Tasks
  • Mapping Executive Processing and Working Memory onto PFC Anatomy
  • Prefrontal Control of Long-Term Declarative Memory
  • 9.3 Clinical Perspectives
  • The Prefrontal Cortex in Schizophrenia
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 9 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Integrative Topics Module

  • Chapter 10 Emotional Influences on Learning and Memory
  • 10.1 Behavioral Processes
  • What Is Emotion?
  • Assessing Emotion in Nonhuman Animals
  • Learning About Emotion-Evoking Stimuli: Focus on Fear
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: “Immunizing” Against Learned Helplessness
  • Memory for Emotional Events
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Truth or Consequences
  • 10.2 Brain Substrates
  • Emotional Learning in the Brain
  • Conscious Feelings and the Frontal Lobes
  • Emotional Memory in the Brain
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: How Much Stress Is Too Much?
  • 10.3 Clinical Perspectives
  • Phobias
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 10 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter 11 Social Learning and Memory: Observing, Interacting, and Reenacting
  • 11.1 Behavioral Processes
  • Copying What Is Seen
  • Copying What Is Heard
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Karaoke
  • Social Transmission of Information
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Learning What to Like from Super Bowl Ads
  • 11.2 Brain Substrates
  • Identifying Mirror Neurons
  • Mirror Neurons in Songbirds
  • 11.3 Clinical Perspectives
  • Imitative Deficits After Stroke
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 11 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter 12 Development and Aging: Learning and Memory Across the Lifespan
  • 12.1 Behavioral Processes
  • The Developing Memory: Infancy Through Childhood
  • Sensitive Periods for Early Learning
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Teaching Babies Signs Before Speech
  • Adolescence: Crossing from Childhood into Adulthood
  • The Aging Memory: Adulthood Through Old Age
  • 12.2 Brain Substrates
  • The Genetic Blueprint Is Modified by Experience
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Can Exposure to Classical Music Make Babies Smarter?
  • Neurons and Synapses in the Developing Brain
  • Brain Changes in Adolescence
  • The Brain from Adulthood to Old Age
  • 12.3 Clinical Perspectives
  • Down Syndrome
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Learning and Memory in Everyday Life: Can Mental Exercise Protect Against Alzheimer’s Disease?
  • A Connection Between Down Syndrome and Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Synthesis
  • Chapter 12 Review
  • Know Your Key Terms
  • Quiz Yourself
  • Concept Check
  • Answers to Test Your Knowledge
  • Glossary

    References

    Name Index

    Subject Index

    Back Cover

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