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The editor and authors of this book present a synthesis of work on human associative learning, tracing some of its historical roots but concentrating mainly on recent developments.
PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; 1. ASSOCIATION AND COGNITION; 2. MENTAL MODELS OF CAUSATION: A COMPARATIVE VIEW; 3. ON THE ROLE OF CONTROLLED COGNITIVE PROCESSES IN HUMAN ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING; 4. ASSESSING (IN)SENSITIVITY TO CAUSAL ASYMMETRY: A MATTER OF DEGREE; 5. CONNECTIONIST MODELS OF HUMAN ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING; 6. INTEGRATING ASSOCIATIVE MODELS OF SUPERVISED AND UNSUPERVISED CATEGORIZATION; 7. THE ROLE OF ASSOCIATIVE HISTORY IN HUMAN CAUSAL LEARNING; 8. ELEMENTAL REPRESENTATION AND ASSOCIABILITY: AN INTEGRATED MODEL; 9. APPLICATIONS AND EXTENSIONS.
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