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Keywords: Memristor, Emulator, Non-linear Resistor, FCS, Associative Learning.
Here, we explore the capacity for associative learning in the squid Euprymna scolopes Berry, 1913, a species of sepiolid squid that has proven to be a promising laboratory model.
Classical autonomic conditioning is among the most extensively researched models of associative learning owing to the nexus between the autonomic nervous system and arousal and emotions.
It should be apparent that one of the weaknesses of Mackintosh thesis is that his division between associative learning stance and behaviour analysis may not be underpinned simply by differences in their subject matters.
Context and retrieval in extinction and in other examples of interference in simple associative learning.
In this paper, I argue that there are relationships between two kinds of learning, associative learning and comprensive learning, and the two reasoning systems described by dual process theory.
Pavlov and some other researchers states that associative learning is actually a connection between the mental images of physical stimuli as a result of their pairing [1, 2].
There are a variety of types of learning such as: simple non-associative learning (habituation - the simplest form of learning when one is repeatedly exposed to stimuli and their response decreased upon exposure, and sensitization - the opposite of habituation in that repeated exposure to a stimuli elicits a stronger response over time), associative learning (a belief that ideas and experiences reinforce one another and can be linked), classical conditioning (learning a new behavior based on association), and imprinting (a rapid learning process by which a newborn establishes a behavior pattern of recognition and attraction) (James, 2010).
Lastly, associative learning occurs when children pair a "neutral stimulus" with a "meaningful stimulus.
Findings are discussed in terms of the differences between associative learning in humans and in non-human animals, and in terms of the theoretical differences between evaluative conditioning and predictive or causal conditioning.
Effective associative learning and memory processes such as learning that two items 'go' together and remembering this link or association later are essential for successful interactions throughout our personal and professional environments.