The real-life/laboratory controversy as viewed from the cognitive neurobiology of animal learning and memory

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (2):196-197 (1996)
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Parallel to Koriat & Goldsmith's accounting of human memory, there are two distinct approaches in animal learning. Behaviorist approaches focus on quantitative aspects of conditioned response probability, whereas cognitive and ethological approaches focus on qualitative aspects of how memory is used in real life. Moreover, in animal research these distinguishable measures of memory are dissociated in experimental amnesia.



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