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Theories of Learning documents the various learning theories which have been a hundred years in the making. This unique compilation of theories assembles each of the learning theories grouped together for your convenience. This impressive collection includes theorists of all generations including Werthheimer, Hull, Pavlov, Thorndike, Tolman, Guthrie, Bolles, Skinner, Lashley, Estes, Piaget, and Hebb. No one theory could definitively explain the process of learning.

Yet the conjunction of each theorist's learning theory can assemble a definitive classification of theory commonly known as theories of learning. Certain theories such as Hull's are impressive in their complication in use of formulas, whereas other theories such as Piaget are impressive in their simplicity. As you will find by viewing the various theories of learning, it is quite impossible to agree on a single theory.

©2013 Steven G Carley (P)2013 Steven G Carley

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  • J. Freestone
  • 08-10-15

Not a book to listen to.

What disappointed you about Theories of Learning?

This book has a lot of Equations in it that the reader spells out.

What didn’t you like about C. Scatena’s performance?

Her reading style reminded me of someone reading kids a story book, it was hard to take serious and listen to longer than a few minutes.

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