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There is a new associative learning paradox. The power of associative learning for producing flexible behaviour in non-human animals is downplayed or ignored by researchers in animal cognition, whereas artificial intelligence research shows that associative learning models can beat humans in chess. One phenomenon in which associative learning often is ruled out as an explanation for animal behaviour is flexible planning.

However, planning studies have been criticized and questions have been raised regarding both methodological validity and interpretations of results.

Due to the power of associative learning and the uncertainty of what causes 5 ways strong resilient women conquer failure behaviour in non-human animals, I explored what associative learning can do for planning.

Simulations show that behaviour matching current definitions of flexible planning can emerge through associative learning. Through conditioned reinforcement, the learning model gives rise to planning behaviour by learning that a behaviour towards a current stimulus will produce high value food at a later stage; it can make decisions about future states not within current sensory scope.

The simulations tracked key patterns both between and within studies. It is concluded that one cannot rule out that these studies of flexible planning in apes and corvids can be completely accounted for by associative learning. Future empirical studies of flexible planning in non-human animals can benefit from theoretical developments within artificial intelligence and animal learning. The study employed a qualitative approach with semi-structured interviews with 24 migrant physicians.

Transcripts were thematically analysed. Conceptions were identified about foremost work content and tasks, and about living in rural and remote areas. Work content and tasks related to the health care systems, type of health care facility, duties, specialty, resources, patient population, colleagues, and professional development. Conceptions about living concerned geographical characteristics, people living 5 ways strong resilient women conquer failure rural and remote areas, opportunities for travelling, family, leisure activities, social life, and language skills.

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