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associative learning

[ə′sō·sē‚ād·iv ′lərn·iŋ]
(psychology)
The principle that items experienced together are mentally linked so that they tend to reinforce one another.
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Here, we test whether conspecific body extracts as well as authentic unsaturated fatty acids can serve as aversive chemical reinforcements for associative learning in A.
The soma of RPeD 1 must be present for long-term memory formation of associative learning in Lymnaea.
We used the proposed emulator in associative learning circuit and analyzed its learning activities.
Over that past two decades, the associative learning tradition perhaps enjoyed a very productive period, whilst the behaviour analysis theoretical stance has witnessed somewhat of a stagnant period.
Signalling a change in cue-outcome relations in human associative learning. Learning & Behavior, 32, 360-375.
If such interpostsynaptic functional LINKs (Figure 3) are formed as a function of simultaneous activation of two abutted postsynaptic terminal membranes during associative learning, then their reactivation by the cue stimulus can induce semblances responsible for internal sensation of retrieved memories (Figure 4).
On the other hand, since associative learning is one of cumulative type which occurs through orderly tiny steps, it could be said that during the acquisition phase, such a learning type is not strong enough to cause a significant difference between the 4th group and other groups consisting of physical practice.
Key words: causal judgments, blocking effect, associative learning, logical reasoning, intuitive reasoning, evaluative conditioning, predictive conditioning.
The collection of books and published papers by Mote's founding director, known today as "The Shark Lady," provides an irreplaceable look at Mote's early years, as well as information about the earliest studies of shark associative learning. In the late 1950s, Clark and colleagues first demonstrated sharks' capacity to learn using an operant conditioning regime.
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