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The Oxford handbook of cognitive psychology

Author: Daniel Reisberg
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013.
Series: Oxford Library of Psychology
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This handbook is an essential, comprehensive resource for students and academics interested in topics in cognitive psychology, including perceptual issues, attention, memory, knowledge  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Reisberg
ISBN: 9780195376746 0195376749 9780199364190 0199364192
OCLC Number: 844024238
Description: XX, 1076 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.
Contents: 1. Introduction to the Handbook ; Daniel Reisberg ; Part One: Gaining Information about the Visual World ; 2. Perceptual Organization in Vision ; Mary A. Peterson and Ruth Kimchi ; 3. Object Recognition ; John E. Hummel ; 4. Face Recognition ; Gillian Rhodes ; 5. Eye Movements ; John M. Henderson ; 6. Event Perception ; Barbara Tversky and Jeffrey M. Zacks ; Part Two: Attention and Awareness ; 7. Perception and Attention ; Ronald A. Rensink ; 8. Spatial Attention ; Kyle R. Cave ; 9. Disorders of Attention ; Robert H Logie ; 10. The Nature and Status of Visual Resources ; Steven L. Franconeri ; 11. Automaticity ; Agnes Moors ; 12. Unconscious Processes ; John F. Kihlstrom ; Part Three: Memory ; 13. Episodic Memory ; David A. Gallo and Mark E. Wheeler ; 14. Semantic Memory ; Ken McRae and Michael Jones ; 15. Implicit Memory ; Neil W. Mulligan and Miri Besken ; 16. The Sources of Memory Errors ; Cara Laney ; 17. Through the SCAPE Looking-Glass: Sources of Performance and Sources of Attribution ; Jason P. Leboe and Bruce W. A. Whittlesea ; 18. Event-Based Prospective Remembering: An Integration of Prospective Memory and Cognitive Control Theories ; Julie M. Bugg, Mark A. McDaniel, and Gilles O. Einstein ; 19. Metamemory ; John Dunlosky and Keith W. Thiede ; 20. Memory in Educational Settings ; Elizabeth J. Marsh and Andrew C. Butler ; Part Four: Knowledge and mental representation ; 21. The Nature of Mental Concepts ; Arthur B. Markman and Jonathan R. Rein ; 22. Culture, Expertise, and Mental Categories ; Kathy E. Johnson ; 23. Models of Categorization ; Andy J. Wills ; 24. The Perceptual Representation of Mental Categories ; Diane Pecher ; 25. Mental Images ; Daniel Reisberg ; Part Five: Text and Language ; 26. Speech Perception ; Sven L. Mattys ; 27. Spoken Word Perception ; James S. Magnuson, Daniel Mirman, and Emily Myers ; 28. Basic Processes in Reading ; Keith Rayner and Alexander Pollatsek ; 29. Text Comprehension ; Morton Ann Gernsbacher and Michael P. Kaschak ; 30. Discourse Comprehension ; Arthur C. Graesser and Carol Forsyth ; 31. Early Word Learning ; Melissa Koenig and Caitlin Cole ; 32. Relations between Language and Thought ; Lila Gleitman and Anna Papafragou ; 33. The Evolution of Language ; Derek Bickerton ; Part Six: The Role for Emotion ; 34. Emotion Perception: Putting the Face in Context ; Maria Gendron, Batja Mesquita, and Lisa Feldman Barrett ; 35. Emotion, Stress, and Memory ; Siobhan M. Hoscheidt, Bhaktee Dongaonkar, Jessica Payne, and Lynn Nade ; 36. Emotion-Cognition Interaction ; Jeffrey R. Huntsinger and Simone Schnall ; 37. An Emotion Regulation Perspective on Belief Change ; Matthew Tyler Boden and James J. Gross ; Part Seven: Judgment, Reasoning, and Choice ; 38. Judgment under Uncertainty ; Ben R. Newell ; 39. Induction ; Brett K. Hayes and Evan Heit ; 40. Reasoning ; Jonathan St T Evans ; 41. The Mental Models Perspective ; Philip N. Johnson-Laird ; 42. Analogical Learning and Reasoning ; Dedre Gentner and Linsey A. Smith ; 43. Decision Making ; Maarten Speekenbrink and David R. Shanks ; 44. Affective Forecasting and Well Being ; Barry Schwartz and Roseanna Sommers ; Part Eight: Thinking in Specialized Domains ; 45. Spatial Reasoning ; Holger Schultheis and Laura A. Carlson ; 46. Causal Reasoning ; Michael R. Waldmann and York Hagmayer ; 47. Moral Thinking ; Liane L. Young ; Part Nine: Problem Solving and Creativity ; 48. Problem Solving ; Richard E. Mayer ; 49. Insight ; Jessica I. Fleck, Mark Beeman, and John Kounios ; 50. Creativity ; Dean Keith Simonton and Rodica Ioana Damian ; Part X: How Do We Differ? ; 51. Contemporary Theories of Intelligence ; James C. Kaufman, Scott Barry Kaufman, and Jonathan A. Plucker ; 52. Genes and Intelligence ; Thais S. Rizzi and Danielle Posthuma ; 53. Cognitive Style ; Maria Kozhevnikov ; Part Eleven: Practice and Skilled Performance ; 54. Planning and Performing Physical Actions ; David A. Rosenbaum ; 55. The Psychology of Practice: Lessons from Spatial Cognition ; David H. Uttal and Nathaniel G. Meadow ; 56. Experts and Their Superior Performance ; K. Anders Ericsson and Tyler J. Towne ; Part Twelve: The Social and Cultural Context ; 57. Self-Knowledge ; Isabelle M. Bauer and Roy F. Baumeister ; 58. Person Perception ; Gordon B. Moskowitz and Michael J. Gill ; 59. Theory of Mind ; Dana Samson ; 60. Attitude Change ; Galen V. Bodenhausen and Bertram Gawronski ; 61. Cultural Differences and Their Mechanisms ; Yuri Miyamoto and Brooke Wilken ; Part Thirteen: A Developmental Perspective ; 62. The Development of Cognitive Control from Infancy through Childhood ; Katherine C. Morasch, Vinaya Raj, and Martha Ann Bell ; 63. The Development of Attention ; Greg D. Reynolds, Mary L. Courage, and John E. Richards ; 64. Cognitive Aging ; Paul Verhaeghen ; 65. Epilogue: Looking Forward ; Daniel J. Reisberg
Series Title: Oxford Library of Psychology
Responsibility: edited by Daniel Reisberg.
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