Learning And Memory 4th Edition By Scott Terry – Test Bank
The Learning And Memory 4th Edition By Scott Terry – Test Bank provides students with the convenience and reliability of a comprehensive, up-to-date test bank for mastering key concepts in the study of learning and memory. This new edition is packed full of the latest research, theories, and examples that can help undergraduate students master the growing body of knowledge in this field.
Tested by groups of expert faculty at leading universities around the world, this powerful resource is split into two parts: a succinct overview section that outlines essential concepts related to learning and memory; and an in-depth test bank that can be used to prepare for midterms, final exams, and other assessment needs. In addition to its comprehensive coverage of key topics such as conditioning, attentional processing, retention, transfer processes, information retrieval methods and more; it also features interactive practice tests designed to allow students to self-assess their understanding prior to taking their exams.
For students who are serious about succeeding in their learning and memory coursework, having access to the Learning And Memory 4th Edition By Scott Terry – Test Bank is essential in achieving success. The clear explanations and sample questions presented throughout this book make it easy for students to hone their skills and gain confidence as they review material throughout the semester. With its unparalleled accessibility, accuracy, ease of use and knowledgeable insights from leading professionals in the field; this unique teaching aid will provide indispensable aid throughout a student’s educational journey
Table of content
2. Habituation and Other Forms of Simple
3. Classical Conditioning.
4. Instrumental Conditioning: Reward.
5. Instrumental Conditioning: Nonreward, Punishment, and Avoidance.
6. Verbal Learning.
7. Human Memory: Conceptual Approaches.
8. Short-Term Retention.
10. Storage and Retrieval.
11. Spatial, Motor-Skill, and Implicit Learning.
12. Individual Differences in Learning and Memory.