[page 12 of handout]

From Walker (1987) page 173

(See also Lieberman, 1993/2000 “Reinforcement and conditioning: One process or two?” page 343/ 442)

Either:

There is one kind of learning process underlying both Pavlovian and Instrumental conditioning.

Just Classical (Pavlov, 1927; Spence, 1956; Moore, 1973; Dickinson, 1980; Lieberman, 1990, 1993, 2000)

Just Instrumental (Hull 1943; Perkins, 1968)

Or:

There are two kinds of process, and many natural and laboratory forms of learning involve both of them. This is “two-process” or “two factor” theory. (Konorski and Miller, 1937; Skinner, 1938; Gray, 1975; Mackintosh, 1974, 1983; Walker, 1987; Rescorla, 1991, 1994; Dickinson et al., 2000; Balleine, 2005: also Gleitman et al. 1999, 2004.)