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Dynamic cognitive processes

Author: Nobuo Ohta; Colin M MacLeod; Bob Uttl
Publisher: New York : Springer, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book presents cutting-edge research in perception, memory, and aging, with a focus on dynamic cognitive processes: interactive and constructive processes in such phenomena as perception and memory, interaction between processes recruited for perception and memory, activation and inhibition, influence of subconscious processes on perception and memory, and dynamic cognitive processes involved in memory and  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nobuo Ohta; Colin M MacLeod; Bob Uttl
ISBN: 4431239995 9784431239994
OCLC Number: 62393784
Description: xvi, 397 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Dynamic Cognitive Processes in Broad Perspective.- Acquisition of Long-Term Visual Representations: Psychological and Neural Mechanisms.- Top-Down and Bottom-Up Processes in the Perception of Reversible Figures: Toward a Hybrid Model.- Dynamic Uses of Memory in Visual Search Over Time and Space.- Memory for Information Perceived Without Awareness.- The Devil Is in The Detail: A Constructionist Account of Repetition Blindness.- Creation Theory of Cognition: Is Memory Retrieved or Created?.- The Role of Inhibitory Control in Forgetting Unwanted Memories: A Consideration of Three Methods.- Encoding Deselection and Long-Term Memory.- List Method Directed Forgetting: Return of the Selective Rehearsal Account.- Conscious and Unconscious Processes in Hypermnesia.- Age-Related Changes in Event-Cued Prospective Memory Proper.- Prospective Memory Retrieval Revisited.- Hippocampal Complex Contribution to Retention and Retrieval of Recent and Remote Episodic and Semantic Memories: Evidence from Behavioral and Neuroimaging Studies of Healthy and Brain-Damaged People.
Responsibility: Nobuo Ohta, Colin M. MacLeod, Bob Uttl (eds.).
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"This book presents cutting-edge research in perception, memory, and aging, with a focus on dynamic cognitive processes: interactive and constructive processes in such phenomena as perception and memory, interaction between processes recruited for perception and memory, activation and inhibition, influence of subconscious processes on perception and memory, and dynamic cognitive processes involved in memory and aging. The chapters cover many of the current "hot" topics in cognitive psychology and memory, including perceptual organization, breakdown of perception due to various disorders, neural substrates underlying perception and memory, repetition blindness, directed forgetting, suppression of unwanted memories, memory for information perceived without awareness, hypermnesia, prospective memory, and age-related changes in memory. The book reemphasizes the dynamic view of perception, cognition, and memory as constructive and continuously changing."--BOOK JACKET.

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