User Tools

Site Tools


learning_theories:connectionism

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
learning_theories:connectionism [2013/12/10 18:28]
dblazev [Općenito]
learning_theories:connectionism [2013/12/12 19:45]
jpetrovic
Line 1: Line 1:
-Konekcionizam+====== Connectionism ======
  
  
-===== Općenito ​===== +===== General ​===== 
-Konekcionizam se danas definira kao pristup u područjima umjetne inteligencijekognitivne psihologijekognitivne znanosti i filozofije uma kao dio modela mentalnih ili ponašajnih fenomena sa mrežama jednostavnih jedinica ​nije dio teorije u okvirima biheviorizma,​ ali je na njega utjecala i prethodila mu bihevioristička škola učenjaKonekcionizam predstavlja prvu teoriju učenja u psihologiji.(([[ http://​www.scribd.com/​doc/​41760294/​Educational-Psychology-a-Century-of-Contributions|Mayer,​ Richard E. E. L. Thorndike’s Enduring Contributions to Educational Psychology. In Educational psychology: a century of contributions. Routledge, 2003.]])). ​Ovo je bio uvod od [[http://​www.mnsu.edu/​emuseum/​information/​biography/​pqrst/​spencer_herbert.html|Herbert Spencer]], [[http://​plato.stanford.edu/​entries/​james/​|William James]]i njegovog studenta ​[[http://​www.muskingum.edu/​~psych/​psycweb/​history/​thorndike.htm|Edward Thorndike]] ​na samom početku 20stoljeća iako njegovi korijeni sežu i dalje u prošlost. + 
-SVRAKA+Connectionismtoday defined as an approach in the fields of artificial intelligencecognitive psychologycognitive science and philosophy of mind which models mental or behavioral phenomena with networks of simple units(([[http://​www.wordiq.com/​definition/​Connectionism|wordiQ:​ Connectionism - Definition]])),​ is not a theory in frames of [[learning_paradigms:​behaviorism]],​ but it **preceded** and influenced behaviorist school of thought. Connectionism represents psychology'​s first comprehensive theory of learning(([[ http://​www.scribd.com/​doc/​41760294/​Educational-Psychology-a-Century-of-Contributions|Mayer,​ Richard E. E. L. Thorndike’s Enduring Contributions to Educational Psychology. In Educational psychology: a century of contributions. Routledge, 2003.]])). ​It was introduced by [[http://​www.mnsu.edu/​emuseum/​information/​biography/​pqrst/​spencer_herbert.html|Herbert Spencer]], [[http://​plato.stanford.edu/​entries/​james/​|William James]] ​and his student ​[[http://​www.muskingum.edu/​~psych/​psycweb/​history/​thorndike.htm|Edward Thorndike]] ​in the very **beginning of the 20th century** although its roots date way back.
 ===== What is connectionism?​ ===== ===== What is connectionism?​ =====
  
learning_theories/connectionism.txt · Last modified: 2013/12/12 19:45 by jpetrovic