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The Perception of Dotted Forms

by William R. Uttal

First published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Advanced Logo: A Language for Learning

by Michael Friendly

First Published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Phonology for Communication Disorders

by Martin J. Ball, Nicole Muller & Ben Rutter

This textbook describes the approaches to phonology that are most relevant to communication disorders. It examines schools of thought in theoretical phonology, and their relevance to description, explanation...


Reading, Writing and Dyslexia: A Cognitive Analysis

by Andrew W. Ellis

Research in cognitive psychology has contributed much to our understanding of reading and spelling. Most of this work has concentrated on the processes used by literate adults to comprehend and produce written...


Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities: 3rd Edition

by Diane F. Halpern

In the third edition of her popular text, Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities, Diane Halpern tackles fundamental questions about the meaning of sex differences in cognition and why people are so afraid of...


Psychology and Music: The Understanding of Melody and Rhythm

by W. Jay Dowling & Thomas J. Tighe

This book deals with the complex cognitive processes involved in understanding two "horizontal" aspects of music perception, melody and rhythm, both separately and together. Focusing on the tonal framework for...


Understanding Indian Movies: Culture, Cognition, and Cinematic Imagination

by Patrick Colm Hogan

Indian movies are among the most popular in the world. However, despite increased availability and study, these films remain misunderstood and underappreciated in much of the English-speaking world, in part...


The Laughing Monk

by Caroline Manuel

In this motivational masterpiece and instant classic, is a triumphant tale of personal growth and change that will have its readers returning to its pages time and time again. This soul-stirring mystery is an...


The Geography of Thought: How Asians and Westerners Think Differently...and

by Richard Nisbett

A “landmark book” (Robert J. Sternberg, president of the American Psychological Association) by one of the world's preeminent psychologists that proves human behavior is not “hard-wired” but a function...


Spatial Working Memory

by André|Szmalec, Arnaud Vandierendonck

Spatial working memory is the ability to remember the location in which something is perceived, and in addition, the ability to recall a series of visited locations. In this book, top researchers in the domain...


The Psychology of Language And Communication

by Geoffrey Beattie & Andrew Ellis

This wide-ranging introduction to the psychology of human language use offers a new breadth of approach by breaching conventional disciplinary boundaries with examples and perspectives drawn from many subdisciplines...


Working Memory and Language Processing

by Susan E. Gathercole & Alan D. Baddeley

This book evaluates the involvement of working memory in five central aspects of language processing: vocabulary acquisition, speech production, reading development, skilled reading, and comprehension. The authors...


The Mind in Therapy: Cognitive Science for Practice

by Katherine D. Arbuthnott, Dennis W. Arbuthnott & Valerie A. Thompson

Human mental capacities and processes are the raw materials with which psychotherapists work. Thus what cognitive scientists have discovered in recent decades is potentially tremendous value for psychotherapeutic...


Auditory Imagery

by Daniel Reisberg

The study of mental imagery has been a central concern of modern psychology, but most of what we know concerns visual imagery. A number of researchers, however, have recently begun to explore auditory imagery;...


Memory for Odors

by Frank R. Schab & Robert G. Crowder

The power of odors to unlock human memory is celebrated in literature and anecdote, but poorly documented by science. Odors -- perhaps more than other stimuli -- are widely believed to evoke vivid and complex...


Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum: A Brief Edition of Thought & Knowledge

by Diane F. Halpern

Consider that many of the people who are alive today will be working at jobs that do not currently exist and that the explosion of information means that today's knowledge will quickly become outdated. As a...


Ha!: The Science of When We Laugh and Why

by Scott Weems

An entertaining tour of the science of humor and laughter

Humor, like pornography, is famously difficult to define. We know it when we see it, but is there any way to figure out what we really find funny? In...


Mindwise: How We Understand What Others Think, Believe, Feel, and Want

by Nicholas Epley

You are a mind reader, born with an extraordinary ability to understand what others think, feel, believe, want, and know. It’s a sixth sense you use every day, in every personal and professional relationship...


The Four Virtues: Presence, Heart, Wisdom, Creation

by Tobin Hart

In a world with greater knowledge, more advanced technology, and more groundbreaking innovation than ever at our fingertips, we are still looking to find our way. We are still searching for that essential insight...


Anxiety and Cognition: A Unified Theory

by Michael Eysenck

It is argued in this book that there are three major approaches to anxiety. First, there is anxiety as an emotional state. Second, there is trait anxiety as a dimension of personality. Third, there is anxiety...