Classical Conditioning in Theory discusses the inner workings of classical conditioning as Pavlov himself would advise. The audiobook also sheds light on classical conditioning from different perspectives such as from Donald Hebb's cell assemblies and phase sequences. The ingredients of classical conditioning are fairly straightforward, yet their use within the different modes of classical conditioning can be rather confusing. It attempts to simplify and explain Pavlov's theory, and at the same time introduce different perspectives of viewing Pavlov's theory.
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