Discuss the merits of each learning theory, Cognitive Learning, Operant Conditioning, Classical Conditioning ...
Cognitive learning looks at mental processes like it has memory models and stuff so it can explain learning very well.Operant conditioning is a form ...
Discuss the merits of each learning theory, Cognitive Learning, Operant Conditioning, Classical ConditioningNote:
In cognitive learning, the individual learns by listening, watching, touching, reading, or experiencing and then processing and remembering the information. Cognitive learning might seem to be passive learning, because there is no motor movement. [ However, the learner is quite active, in a cognitive way, in processing and remembering newly incoming information.
Cognitive learning enables us to create and transmit a complex culture that includes symbols, values, beliefs and norms. Because cognitive activity is involved in many aspects of human behavior, it might seem that cognitive learning only takes place in human beings. However, many different species of animals are capable of observational learning. For example, a monkey in the zoo, sometimes imitates human visitors or other monkeys. Nevertheless, most information about cognitive learning is obtained from studies on human beings. http://library.thinkquest.org/26618/en-5.5.3=cognitive%20learning.htm
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