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Human memory : theory and practice

Author: Alan Baddeley
Publisher: Hove : Psychology Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Rev. ed., reprintedView all editions and formats
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Reformatted and including new chapters, this revised edition covers the topic of human memory and includes the role of consciousness in learning and memory.

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Genre/Form: Einführung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alan Baddeley
ISBN: 0863774318 9780863774317
OCLC Number: 255727486
Notes: Literaturverz. S. 373 - 406.
Description: VII, 423 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme
Contents: Why Do We Need Memory? Perceiving and Remembering. How Many Kinds of Memory? The Evidence for STM. The Role of Memory in Cognition - Working Memory. Visual Memory and the Visuo-spatial Sketchpad. Attention and the Control of Memory. When Practice Makes Perfect. Organizing and Learning. Acquiring Habits. When Memory Fails. Retrieval. Recollection and Autobiographical Memory. Where Next? Connectionism Rides Again. Knowledge. Memory, Emotion and Cognition. Understanding Amnesia. Treating Memory Problems. Consciousness. Implicit Knowledge and Learning. Implicit Memory and Recollection.
Responsibility: Alan Baddeley.

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It is written in an unusually lucid and entertaining way, while nevertheless managing to grapple with important theoretical issues. This is an unusual skill (at least among academic psychologists!) Read more...

 
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