Learning as Self-Organization
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Learning as Self-Organization

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A year before his death, B.F. Skinner wrote that "There are two unavoidable gaps in any behavioral account: one between the stimulating action of the environment and the response of the organism and one between consequences and the resulting change in behavior. Only brain science can fill those gaps. In doing so, it completes the account; it does not give a different accou...more
Paperback, 616 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Psychology Press
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