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Problems in the Behavioural Sciences

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Editors: Michael Gelder, Jeffrey Gray, Richard Gregory, Robert Hinde, Christopher Lonquet-Higgins

The series offers in-depth perspectives on topics in mammalian (particularly human) behaviour ranging from animal learning theory to the psychology of fear to computer models of the mind. Containing works from world-renowned figures in the field, titles in this series are suitable for advanced undergraduates, graduates and researchers.

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There are 27 books in this series...

[16] Animal Learning and Cognition

A Neural Network Approach
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[16] Animal Learning and Cognition

A Neural Network Approach
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[8] Biology and Emotion

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[6] Computer Models of Mind

Computational approaches in theoretical psychology

[1] Contemporary Animal Learning Theory

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[11] Frustration Theory

An Analysis of Dispositional Learning and Memory
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[11] Frustration Theory

An Analysis of Dispositional Learning and Memory
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[12] Genius

The Natural History of Creativity
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[7] Human Organic Memory Disorders

[3] Hunger

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[15] Incentive Relativity

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[15] Incentive Relativity

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[9] Latent Inhibition and Conditioned Attention Theory

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[9] Latent Inhibition and Conditioned Attention Theory

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[4] Motivational Systems

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[13] The Psychology of Associative Learning

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[13] The Psychology of Associative Learning

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[14] Theoretical Approaches to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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[14] Theoretical Approaches to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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[2] Thirst

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