SECTION I: HUMAN LEARNING AND COGNITION
Introduction: Behavioral Approaches to the Study of Human Learning and Memory.
Chapter 1: The Role of Inhibition in Learning.
Chapter 2: Short- vs. Long-Term Memory.
Chapter 3: Hemispheric Asymmetries in Verbal Memory.
Chapter 4: Emotional Facilitation and Disruption of Memory.
Chapter 5: Scheduling and Learning.
SECTION II: COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
Introduction: Cognitive Neuroscience of Learning and Memory.
Chapter 6: The Computational Cognitive Neuroscience of Learning and Memory: Principles and Models.
Chapter 7: Cognitive Neuroscience of Skill Acquisition.
Chapter 8: Cognitive Neuroscience of Declarative and Nondeclarative Memory.
Chapter 9: Learning and Memory for Emotional Events.
Chapter 10: Age Differences in Memory: Demands on Cognitive Control and Association Processes.
Section III: HUMAN MOTOR LEARNING
Introduction: A Survey of Motor Learning Concepts and Findings.
Chapter 11: Two Aspects of Motor Learning: Learning Movements and Learning Synergies.
Chapter 12:Neuroanatomical Correlates of Motor Skill Learning: Inferences from Neuroimaginmg to Behavior.
Chapter 13: Mechanisms Underlying Short-Term Motor Learning, Long-Term Motor Learning and Transfer.
Chapter 14: A Dynamical Framework for Human Skill Learning.