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The experimental study and success of cross-species, cross-developmental stage learning theories (e.g., Rescorla & Wagner, 1972) has now been extended to extract insights into individual differences. There is evidence of competing learning styles and systems in animals and these models have been used for understanding clinical difference. There may also be similarities with other areas of psychology involved in Learning Styles and Difficulties. Here we provoke the discussion about the importance of learning differences and their experimental study and modelling. These presentations will explore the experimental study of learning and whether how we learn can account for individual differences.
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