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Time and human cognition : a life span perspective

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Levin, Iris, ed. Zakay, Dan.
Title Statement
Time and human cognition : a life span perspective / ed. by Iris Levin and Dan Zakay.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Amsterdam ;   New York :   North-Holland,   1989.  
Physical Medium
xv, 411 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
Advances in psychology ;59.
ISBN
0444873791 (U.S.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Time perception. Developmental psychology.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = xiii
Contributors = xv
Introduction / Iris Levin ; Dan Zakay
Chapter 1 The Role of Temporal Factors in Infant Behavior and Development / David J. Lewkowicz
 Introduction = 9
 Intrinsic Biobehavioral Rhythms = 10
 Temporal Nature of Social Interactions = 12
 Learning of Temporal Information = 17
 Perception of Temporal Information = 20
 Conclusion = 57
 References = 58
Chapter 2 Time Concepts in Language and Thought : Filling the Piagetian Void from Two to Five Years/ Richard M. Weist
 Introduction = 63
 The ST System and Object Permanence = 69
 The ET System and Displacement = 72
 Transition from the ET to the Restricted System = 92
 The Restricted RT System = 96
 The Transition from a Restricted to a Free RT System : Temporal Sequencing = 105
 Temporal Location : RT versus ET Systems = 107
 The Free RT System and Seriation and Reversibility = 109
 Conclusion : Temporal Systems and Conceptual Development = 110
 References = 114
CHAPTER 3 Measuring Time via Counting : The Development of Children's Conceptions of Time as a Quantifiable Dimension / Iris Levin ; Friedrich Wilkening
 Introduction = 119
 Qualitative versus Quantitative Reasoning : Integration of Duration = 120
 Counting : A Time Measurement Strategy = 131
 Counting and Judging Time = 137
 Development of Time Measurement : Summary and General Conclusions = 141
 References = 143
CHAPTER 4 Principles Underlying Time Measurement : The Development of Children's Constraints  on Counting Time / Iris Levin
 Introduction = 145
 Principles Underlying Time Measurement : Constancy and Arbitrariness = 147
 Comparison with Principles Proposed by Piaget = 150
 General Framework for the Reported Studies = 151
 Interview for Assessing Four Principles of Time Measurement = 152
 Constrained Task for Assessing Principles = 157
 Principles Underlying Time Counting and the Use of Counting to Measure Time = 167
 General Conclusions : Principles Underlying Time Measurement = 171
 References = 181
CHAPTER 5 Strategy Choices in Children's Time-Telling / Robert S. Siegler ; Kate Mcgilly
 Introduction = 185
 A Short Review of the Literature on Strategy Choice and Time-Telling = 187
 The Development of Time-Telling Skills = 194
 An Empirical Study of Children's Time-Telling = 197
 Discussion = 211
 References = 216
CHAPTER 6 Assessing Children's Understanding of Time, Speed and Distance Interrelations / Curt Acredolo
 Introduction = 219
 What Understanding Entails = 221
 Judging Directly Perceived Relative Durations = 223
 Study 1 : An Examination of the Concordance between  Methods Claiming to Measure children's Knowledge of Time, Speed and Distance Interrelations = 232
 Conclusions Thus Far and Introduction of a Fourth Method : Assessing the Posssibility of Relative Time, Speed and Distance Combinations = 238
 Studies 2A, B and C : Children's Recognition of  the Necessary Interrelations  between Relative Times, Speeds and Distances = 246
 Summary and Conclusions = 255
 References = 256
CHAPTER 7 The Representation of Temporal Structure in Children, Adolescents and Adults / William J. Friedman
 Introduction = 259
 Models of the Representation of Time Structures = 260
 Research on Adults' Representations = 264
 Conclusion = 284
 Research on Children's and Adolescent's Representations = 285
 Summary = 300
 Reference = 302
CHAPTER 8 Judging the Duration of Time Intervals : A Process of Remembering Segments of Experience / Douglas Poynter
 Inferring Time's Passage = 305
 Models of Duration Judgment = 307
 A Comparison of the Predictive Utility of Three Models = 314
 The Relationship between Perceived Time and Distance = 326
 Summary = 328
 Reference = 329
CHAPTER 9 Experiencing and Remembering Time : Affordances, Context, and Cognition / Richard A. Block
 Introduction = 333
 A Contextualistic Model of Temporal Experience = 334
 Temporal Judgment Methods = 335
 Characteristics of the Time Period = 338
 Characteristics of the Experiencer = 345
 Activities During the Time Period = 349
 Two-Factor Interactions = 351
 Three-Factor Interactions = 355
 Four-Factor Interactions = 355
 Development of Temporal Experiences and Concepts = 357
 Adult Beliefs about Time and Temporal Experiences = 358
 Conclusions = 360
 Reference = 360
CHAPTER 10 Subjective Time and Attentional Resource Allocation : An Integrated Model of Time Estimation /  Dan Zakay
 Introduction = 365
 Theories of Short Interval Duration Estimation = 366
 Resource Allocation Model of Time Estimation = 371
 Study 1 - Immediate and Remote Time Estimation = 372
 Study 2 - the Influence of Task Difficulty and External Tempo on Prospective Time Estimation = 376
 Study 3 - A Comparison of Time Estimation as a Primary or a Secondary Task = 381
 Study 4 - Latent Inhibition and Time Estimation = 386
 Summary and General Conclusions = 393
 References = 395
Author Index = 399
Subject Index = 407


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