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a learning process in which an organism's behavior becomes dependent on the occurrence of a stimulus in its environment

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Associative learning which is a kind of important learning activity is a classical conditioning and Pavlov's dog experiment can be thought to understand it.
To our knowledge, this is the first demonstration of learning and memory in this species as well as the first demonstration of associative learning in any squid, although both habituation and sensitization have been shown in loligonid squid previously (Long et al.
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.
Key words: associative learning, comprensive learning, dual process theory of reasoning, human knowledge.
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.
Learning performances correlated with different brain regions in alcoholics from those of controls; in particular, associative learning in alcoholics was related to cerebellar brain volumes measured on MRI.
This knowledge helps form a fundamental basis of facts leading to the associative learning stage--a stage in which the interconnectivity of facts is established.
Second, associative learning theory will be applied to build the framework of the antecedents and consequences of successful CRM partnerships.
They contend that associative learning should be conceptualized not as a consequence of the automatic formation of excitatory or inhibitory links between stimuli and mental representations but, rather, as a product of propositional reasoning processes (e.
The molecular signaling pathways essential for associative learning and memory (Alkon et al.
Contemporary understandings of fears and phobias have been expanded from the basic Pavlovian conditioning framework to encompass a variety of ways in which associative learning of fears can occur (Field, 2006; Mineka & Oehlberg, 2008).