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Processes of Animal Memory (PLE: Memory)

by Douglas L. Medin, William A. Roberts & Roger T. Davis

Originally published in 1976, this volume contains new and original contributions of the time addressed to a related set of ideas concerning processes of memory in animals. The theme is that animals remember...


Memory Development in Children (PLE: Memory)

by Peter A. Ornstein

Originally published in 1978, the contributors to this volume offer here chapters and position papers concerned with children's memory. The chapters represent in-depth reports on children's sensory memory, rehearsal...


The Processing of Memories (PLE: Memory): Forgetting and Retention

by Norman E. Spear

Originally published in 1978, this volume contains the evidence that is most crucial for our understanding the processes of forgetting and retention. Organized in terms of problem areas and issues that are particularly...


Temporal Codes for Memory (PLE: Memory): Issues and Problems

by Benton J. Underwood

Given two events, both of which are well remembered, can we specify which event occurred first? If so, how? For example, did Nixon resign, before or after Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs?

Originally published...


Human Memory and Amnesia (PLE: Memory)

by Laird S. Cermak

Originally published in 1982, this book brings together two areas of research previously studied in parallel, with little interaction (particularly in the US): normal memory processing and the amnesic syndrome....


The Memory Trace (PLE: Memory): Its Formation and its Fate

by Erich Goldmeier

There was some agreement about what memory traces were not, but little about what actually did characterize the memory trace. Yet models and theories of memory at the time could not help making implicit and...


Person Memory (PLE: Memory): The Cognitive Basis of Social Perception

by Reid Hastie, Thomas M. Ostrom & Ebbe B. Ebbesen

Originally published in 1980, this title came about after many late night discussions between the authors during a 3-week workshop on Mathematical Approaches to Person Perception in 1974. In subsequent meetings...


Neuropsychology of the Amnesic Syndrome (PLE: Memory)

by Alan J. Parkin & Nicholas Leng

Originally published in 1993, this book provides the clinician, researcher and student with a comprehensive account of the neuropsychology of the amnesic syndrome. The opening chapter places the amnesic syndrome...


Retrieval and Organizational Strategies in Conceptual Memory (Ple: Memory): A Computer Model

by Janet L. Kolodner

'Someday we expect that computers will be able to keep us informed about the news. People have imagined being able to ask their home computers questions such as "What's going on in the world?"...'. Originally...


Perspectives on Memory Research (PLE: Memory): Essays in Honor of Uppsala University's 500th Anniversary

by Lars-Göran Nilsson

Originally published in 1979, this book contains papers presented at a conference held in 1977 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the University of Uppsala. Beyond the commemoration, the main reason for this...


New Directions in Memory and Aging (Ple: Memory): Proceedings of the George A. Talland Memorial Conference

by Leonard W. Poon, James Fozard & Laird S. Cermak

Originally published in 1980, this book contains the proceedings from a memorial conference held in honour of George A. Talland, who made a significant contribution to the area of memory and aging. The major...


Clinical Management of Memory Problems (2nd Edn) (Ple: Memory)

by Barbara Wilson & Nick Moffat

Many patients with stroke, head injuries or dementia suffer severe memory impairment and in many cases improvement may fail to occur.

This book, first published in 1984 followed by this second edition in 1992,...


Imagery, Memory and Cognition (PLE: Memory): Essays in Honor of Allan Paivio

by John C. Yuille

Originally published in 1983, the 14 chapters in this volume are based upon presentations made to a conference held at the University of Western Ontario in June, 1981. The primary purpose of that conference...


Ontogeny of Learning and Memory (PLE: Memory)

by Norman E. Spear & Byron A. Campbell

Originally published in 1979, this volume contains chapters prepared following a conference at SUNY- Binghamton in 1977. The conference was the outcome of exciting new developments that had occurred in the ontogeny...


Flying Fast Jets: Human Factors and Performance Limitations

by David G. Newman

This book provides a detailed overview of the human factors and performance limitations associated with flying fast jets, integrating all the latest available research literature on the demanding operational...


Human Motor Control

by David A. Rosenbaum

This book is a comprehensive, elementary introduction to the field of motor control, stressing psychological, physiological, and computational approaches. Human Motor Control cuts across all disciplines which...


Sensation: The New Science of Physical Intelligence

by Thalma Lobel

Like the revolutionary bestsellers Predictably Irrational and Emotional Intelligence, Sensation is an exciting, completely new view of human behavior—a new psychology of physical intelligence (or embodied...


The Mind and the Brain (Psychology Revivals)

by Alfred Binet

Originally published in 1907, this book explores the distinction between mind and matter.

Although Alfred Binet is best known for his contributions to the study of intelligence he had other extensive research...


The Recursive Mind: The Origins of Human Language, Thought, and Civilization

by Michael C. Corballis

The Recursive Mind challenges the commonly held notion that language is what makes us uniquely human. In this compelling book, Michael Corballis argues that what distinguishes us in the animal kingdom is our...


Living in an Asymmetrical World: How writing direction affects thought and action

by Anne Maass, Caterina Suitner & Jean-Pierre Deconchy

There has recently been a renewed interest in the role of spatial dimensions in social cognition, and how vertical and horizontal trajectories are used to represent social concepts such as power, agency, aggression,...