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Behaviour Analysis and Learning


Classical and Operant Conditioning

Also see the Educational and Instructional Psychology list for additional behaviour analysis links.

Authors Cooperative
Publishing company markets several books on topics associated with behaviour analysis.
Behavior Analyst Online
The membership site offers eJournals, eNewsletters, and the opportunity to participate in online discussion forums.
Center for Autism and Related Disorders
Center applies Lovaas' techniques to autistic children; has a brief section defining behaviour modification.
Conversations with Neil's Brain
A web book about "the neural nature of thought and learning.".
Los Horcones
Wonderful home page of the Mexican commune that is based on behavioral principles; extensive pages, in both Spanish and English, include many photos, and interesting descriptions of life at the commune, and thoughtful philosophical reflections.
Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology
This article is about Ebbinghaus' famous experiment about memory and learning.
The Misbehavior of Organisms
Article discusses the Brelands' experiences with instinctive drift.

Classical and Operant Conditioning

Learning and Memory
Site provides information about classical conditioning, operant conditioning, learning, neural networks, and more.
Operant Conditioning
Site describes various features of operant conditioning such as schedules of reinforcement, matching, extinction, and stimulus discrimination.

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