This part presents five chapters on the concept of transfer. The first chapter discusses the inclusion of the concept of transfer in molecular and cellular neuroscience. The second considers transfer in animal learning. The third discusses transfer as the most central concept in learning and memory. The fourth discusses the relationship between retention and transfer and the conditions yielding specificity or generality of transfer. The fifth chapter presents a synthesis of the chapters in this part.
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