The Structure of Learning: From Sign Stimuli to Sign Language

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THE STRUCTURE OF LEARNING
From Sign Stimuli to Sign Language

R. Allen Gardner Beatrix T. Gardner

University of Nevada, Reno

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS

1998 Mahwah, New Jersey London

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The Structure of Learning: From Sign Stimuli to Sign Language
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xiii
  • Chapter I Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 Classical Conditioning 18
  • SUMMARY 42
  • Chapter 3 Instrumental Conditioning 43
  • SUMMARY 58
  • Chapter 4 Mechanisms of Conditioning 59
  • SUMMARY 86
  • Chapter 5 Reinforcement Versus Expectancy 88
  • SUMMARY 109
  • Chapter 6 Sequence and Anticipation 110
  • SUMMARY 125
  • Chapter 7 Feed Forward Versus Feed Backward 126
  • Chapter 8 Contiguity Versus Contingency 152
  • Chapter 9 Appetite, Aversion, and Conflict 176
  • Chapter 10 Excitation, Inhibition, and Competition 204
  • SUMMARY 211
  • Chapter 11 Reward Versus Nonreward 219
  • SUMMARY 236
  • Chapter 12 Places, Paths, and Bearings 237
  • SUMMARY 254
  • Chapter 13 Transfer 256
  • SUMMARY 287
  • Chapter 14 Teaching Sign Language to Chimpanzees 289
  • Chapter 15 Concepts and Communication 323
  • References 344
  • Author Index 363
  • Subject Index 369
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