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Human memory : exploration and application

Author: Karl Haberlandt
Publisher: Boston : Allyn and Bacon, ©1999.
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This text explores memory issues as seen from a variety of perspectives, including the psychobiological, developmental, neuropsychological, and applied perspectives, as well as the traditional  Read more...


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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Haberlandt, Karl.
Human memory.
Boston : Allyn and Bacon, ©1999
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Haberlandt
ISBN: 020518992X 9780205189922
OCLC Number: 38862566
Description: xvii, 373 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Each chapter begins with "Introduction" and ends with "Conclusion." 1. Introduction. Thinking about Memory.Investigating Memory.Memory in the Context of Cognition.Preview.2.The Pioneers of Memory Research From Ebbinghaus to Lashley. Experimental Study of Memory.Neuropsychological and Psychodynamic Views of Memory.Learning and Memory in Animals.3.Memory and Brain. Research Methods in Neuroscience.Plasticity in the Brain.Where Are Memories Located?The Hippocampus.Frontal Lobes.4.Memory for Facts. Episodic Memory.Semantic Memory.5.Memory for Skills. Implicit Memory.Learning and Remembering Cognitive Skills.6.Working Memory. The Two-Store Model of Memory and Its Critics.Activity in Working Memory.The Multiple-Components Model of Working Memory.7.Models of Memory. The SAM Model.Neural Network Models.Anderson' ACT Framework.8.Memory from Infancy to Old Age: Developmental Changes. Memory Development during Childhood.Memory Changes during Older Adulthood.9.Autobiographical and Emotional Memories. Autobiographical Memory.Remembering Emotional Events.The Memory Wars.10.Memory Impairments. The Amnesic Disorders.Impairment of Specialized Memory Functions.Alzheimer's Disease.11.Issues in Memory Research. How Many Memories?Memory: What Are the Important Questions?12.Memory in Everyday Life. Remembering and Forgetting in Everyday Life.Education.Memory and the Law.Coping with Memory Impairments.
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