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- Spontaneous recovery in cross-motivational transfer (counterconditioning)
- Mark Bouton (Biobehavioral)
- [PDF] Learning and Behavior by Bouton M.
Spontaneous recovery in cross-motivational transfer (counterconditioning)
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Mark Bouton (Biobehavioral)
These omissions notwithstanding, Bouton's book presents an excellent picture of contemporary learning theory. I strongly recommend it, especially for a survey.
[PDF] Learning and Behavior by Bouton M.
Jump to navigation. The goal of my research has been to understand learning and behavior change, with a special emphasis on extinction, one of the most fundamental behavior change processes that we know. Over the years, my students and I have developed the idea that extinction is not an erasure process, but is instead an active form of new inhibitory learning that is highly dependent on the context for expression. The context-dependency of this new learning is in part of what makes extinction and behavior change so vulnerable to lapse and relapse. In addition to writing papers contributing to the basic empirical and theoretical literatures, I have published many review papers and given many talks that have summarized the basic literature on extinction and relapse for clinical scientists and other neuroscientists interested in the treatment of anxiety disorders, drug dependence, and overeating.
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