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" I behavior primarily characteristic for the second state comes to follow immediately upon the first state. The operations of this law are, of course, seen on a vast scale in higher organisms, in the phenomena which we commonly call memory, association,... "
Behavior of the Lower Organisms - Página 291
por Herbert Spencer Jennings - 1906 - 366 páginas
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Behavior of the Lower Organisms

Herbert Spencer Jennings - 1906 - 366 páginas
...physiological state into another becomes easier and more rapid ajter it has taken place a number oj times. Hence the behavior primarily characteristic...in unicellular organisms (Stentor and Vorticella), there is much reason to suppose that it is general, and that it will be demonstrated in one form or...
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Behavior of the Lower Organisms

Herbert Spencer Jennings - 1906 - 366 páginas
...into another becomes easier j and more rapid after it has taken place a number of times. Hence the I behavior primarily characteristic for the second state...demonstrated to hold in unicellular organisms (Stentor and Vorticclla), there is much reason to suppose that it is general, and that it will be demonstrated in...
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Animal Intelligence: Experimental Studies

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1911 - 297 páginas
...follows: — The resolution of one physiological state into another becomes easier and more rapid after it has taken place a number of times. Hence the behavior...memory, association, habit formation and learning " (ibid., p. 291). This law may be expressed conveniently as a tendency of a series of states A-*B-»-C-»D...
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The original nature of man

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1913
...follows : The resolution of one physiological state into another becomes easier and more rapid after it has taken place a number of times. Hence the behavior...memory, association, habit formation and learning." [ibid., p. 291.] This law may be expressed symbolically as follows : Let A, B, C and D represent a...
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Educational Psychology, Volumen1

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1913
...times. Hence the beh*vi,,r primarily characteristic for the second state come" to *ollow immedi~ ately upon the first state. The operations of this law are,...memory, association, habit formation and learning." [ibid., p. 291.] This law may be expressed symbolically as follows: Let A, B, C and D represent a series...
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