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Individual differences in associative learning

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Theories of associative learning have a long history in advancing the psychological account of behavior via cognitive representation. There are many components and variations of associative theory but at the core is the idea that links or connections between stimuli or responses describe important aspects of our psychological experience. This Frontiers Topic considers how variations in association formation can be used to account for differences between people, elaborating the differences bet...

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10.3389/978-2-88919-290-8

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Frontiers Media SA Publisher's website
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2014-09-24
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485139
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978-2-88919-290-8

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