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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/31/10 Functionalistic and associationistic theories Team A
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5/31/10 Functionalistic and Associationistic Theories TREE OF KNOWLEDGE
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5/31/10 Edward Thorndike’s Contribution to Learning and Cognition Most Important Work - Animal Learning Provided Methodological Tools of Behaviorism Established Instrumental or Operant Conditioning Proposed Laws of Exercise, Readiness, and Effect Educational Psychology and Children’s Intelligence
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5/31/10 William Estes’ Contribution to Learning and Cognition Founder of Mathematical Psychology Innovative Empirical and Theoretical Studies Transformed Experimental Psychology Development of Statistical Learning Theory Enormous Editorial Contributions
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5/31/10 Models Of Edward Lee Thorndike Operant Conditioning Connectionism
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5/31/10 Models Of William K. Estes Scanning Model of Decision Making Cognitive Array Model Mathematical Models of Learning
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