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Memory and attention : an introduction to human information processing

Author: Donald A Norman
Publisher: New York : Wiley, ©1976.
Series: Series in psychology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2d edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Einführung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald A Norman
ISBN: 0471651362 9780471651369 9780471651376 0471651370
OCLC Number: 1029417698
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xiii, 262 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. The problems : Basic issues ; Organization of the book. 2. Attention : The phenomena attention / James : Selective attention and the cocktail party problem: Some experiments on the recognition of speech, with one and two ears / Cherry ; Experiments and early theories ; The filter model: Perception and communication / Broadbent ; The filter model fails and is modified: Verbal cues in selective attention / Treisman ; Early versus late selection : Choosing between approaches : Attention: Selective processes in vision and hearing / Moray. 3. The acquisition of information : Stimulus analyzing mechanism ; Data driven and conceptually driven processing ; The importance of context : Decision units: The perception of speech / Miller. A speech-understanding system: Knowledge and its representation in a speech understanding system / Reddy, Newell ; Interactions between data driven and conceptually driven processing : The parsing paradox: Bottom-up or top-down / Palmer. 4. Attention, effort, and resources : Emotion and arousal ; Automaticity ; Mental pathologies: Pathology of attention / McGhie ; A capacity model of attention and effort / Kahneman ; On data-limited and resource-limited processes / Norman, Brobow --
A theory of attention. 5. Short-term memory : Memory of the present: The information in brief presentations / Sperling ; The magical number problem: The magical number seven, plus or minus two / Miller ; Experiments on short-term memory : Experimental procedures ; The study of errors ; Rehearsal ; Memory for nonverbal material. Early theories of short-term memory: Primary memory / Waugh, Norman ; How many memories? 6. Depth of processing : Control structures --
Control processes in memory / Atkinson, Shiffren. Organization and memory ; Rehearsal : Maintenance and elaboration: The interaction of primary and secondary rehearsal / Bjork ; Levels of processing: A framework for memory Research, Craik, Lockhart. 7. Mnemonics : An anecdote: plans for remembering / Miller, Galanter, Pribram ; Mnemonic techniques : Rhymes ; Method of Loci : The Greek art of memory / Yates ; Analytic substitutions / Loisette ; Narrative stories / Bower and Clark. Mnemonic principles. 8. The representation of knowledge : Words and images: Spatial and verbal components of the act of recall / Brooks ; Sentences and saying ; Sentences and pointing ; Diagrams and saying ; Diagrams and pointing ; The results. Visual images: Scanning visual images / Kosslyn ; The representation of information in long-term memory ; On propositional representation / Norman, Rumelhart. Semantic networks : Human associative memory / Anderson, Bower ; The representation of information in memory / Norman, Rumelhart ; How to make a language user / Collins, Quillian ; A process model / Rumelhart, Lindsay, Norman. Features and prototypes ; Episodic and semantic memory: Episodic versus semantic memory / Tulving ; Some properties of representations: Maps, networks and lists, representation in humans. 9. Practice and skilled performance : Performing from memory ; Practice, practice, practice ; Musical performance: Musical memory in piano playing and piano study / Hughes ; Chess players ; What happens with practice : Juggling ; Bugs --
Automtization through particularization. 10. Unfinished business : Individual differences ; Hemispheric specialization ; Consciousness ; Remembering ; The tip-of-the-tongue problem ; The tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon / Brown, McNeill ; Remembering or reconstructing ; Representativeness and availability ; Accessibility of information / Tversky, Kahneman ; Memory for real events ; Retrieval as problem solving / Lindsay, Norman.
Series Title: Series in psychology.
Responsibility: Donald A. Norman.

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