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Infant memory : its relation to normal and pathological memory in humans and other animals

Author: Morris Moscovitch
Publisher: New York : Plenum Press, ©1984.
Series: Advances in the study of communication and affect, v. 9.
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Infant memory.
New York : Plenum Press, ©1984
(OCoLC)558243327
Online version:
Infant memory.
New York : Plenum Press, ©1984
(OCoLC)609174743
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Morris Moscovitch
ISBN: 0306415887 9780306415883
OCLC Number: 10777555
Notes: Versions of the papers presented at the Erindale Symposium on Infant Memory.
Description: xiv, 220 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1 Infant Memory: History, Current Trends, Relations to Cognitive Psychology.- Overview.- Infant Visual Recognition Memory.- Methods and Parameters.- Perceptual-Cognitive Development.- Early Intelligence.- Current Trends.- Integration of Infant Memory and General Cognitive Psychology.- Context Effects in Memory.- Categorization.- Discussion.- References.- 2 The Development of Infant Memory.- The Neonatal Period and the First Few Months.- Elaboration of Basic Perceptual and Memory Processes.- The Emergence of Active, Schema-Driven Processing.- Conclusions.- References.- 3 Art Ecological Approach to Infant Memory.- The Ecological Approach.- Infants' Recognition of Objects and Events.- Dynamic Events.- The Pickup of Information from Static Instances.- Events Involving the Subject's Motor Activity.- Operant Conditioning.- Search for Objects.- What is Memory?.- References.- 4 Representation and Recall in Infancy.- The Ontogenesis of Recall.- Schema Formation and Recall.- Conclusions.- References.- 5 The Transition from Infant to Child Memory.- Central Issues in the Transition.- Recall and Recognition Memory.- Specific and General Memory.- Short-Term and Long-Term Memory.- Verbal and Nonverbal Memory.- Evidence from Scripts.- Memories from the Crib.- Selective Recall and Rehearsal.- Differentiation of Past, Present, and Future.- The General and the Probable.- Implications.- References.- 6 What Do Infants Remember?.- Memories and Consequences.- Memory as Retrieval.- Recognition and Recall.- Episodic and Nonepisodic Memory.- Some Conclusions.- Learning Is More Fundamental than Memory and Precedes Memory.- The Study of Infant Memory.- References.- 7 Infantile Amnesia: A Neurobiological Perspective.- Why Study Memory Ontogeny?.- Some Caveats.- Multiple Memory Systems.- Habituation, Exploration, and Novelty Reactions.- Developmental Neuroanatomy.- Ontogeny of Learning.- Developmental Perspectives.- References.- 8 Infants, Amnesics, and Dissociable Memory Systems.- Forms of Memory in Human Amnesia.- Dissociations between Forms of Memory in Normal Adults.- Studies of Infant Memory.- Habituation-Novelty-Preference Tasks.- Conditioning and Learning.- Searching for Hidden and Visible Objects: The Role of Forgetting.- The AB? Error and Infant Memory.- Mnemonic Precedence: An Analogue of the AB? Error?.- Conclusions.- References.
Series Title: Advances in the study of communication and affect, v. 9.
Responsibility: edited by Morris Moscovitch.

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