Connectionism: Its Origin and Major Features
by Peter Sandiford - 1942
According to Warren's Dictionary of Psychology, connectionism is "the doctrine that all mental processes consist of the functioning of native and acquired connections between situations and responses (Thorndike)." More popularly it is known as the bond theory of learning.
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