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Learning : nineteen scenarios from everyday life /

Gerhard Steiner ; translated by Joseph A. Smith.

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Main Author: Steiner, Gerhard.
Published: Cambridge, U.K. ; Cambridge University Press, 1999.
Topics: Learning. | Learning, Psychology of. | Cognitive learning. | Apprentissage. | Apprentissage, Psychologie de l' | Apprentissage cognitif. | Leren. | Leerpsychologie. | Cognitieve vaardigheden. | Alltag | Lernen | Apprentissage professionnel. | Apprentissage, Psychologie de l'. | Apprentissage cognitif.
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The fear of white lab coats: Classical conditioning -- A learned heart attack? The problem of extinction -- The World Fair's Nails: Learning by trial and error? -- An untidy child learns to be neat: Signals for new habits -- Michael the troublemaker: Operant conditioning and sociocognitive learning -- How Rita unlearns to like to draw: On reinforcements and rewards -- Waiting and doing without: Learning to control one's own impulses and behavior -- Learning prosocial behavior: Sociocognitive processes and the acquisition of a social value system -- Stop test anxiety!
More than just desensitization -- A group leader learns to cope with stress: Cognitive behavior training and the development of action-regulating cognitions -- Learned helplessness in a secondary-school pupil: Noncontingencies and causal attribution -- Learning to juggle: The acquisition of a "Juggling grammar" -- Learning from an illustrated text: The construction of mental models -- Learning vocabulary: Self-regulated, adaptive learning -- Learning to count: Constructing numeric networks. Piaget's Genetic Epistemology Approach -- and beyond -- Visual learning in geometry? The.
conceptual and figural components of learning -- A taxi driver's geographical knowledge of a town: The construction of "cognitive maps" -- Playing with matches: The Gestalt theory, or insightful learning -- Learning to play chess: The construction of complex operational and goal systems.
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