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Memory [electronic resource] / 2nd ed

Memory [electronic resource] / 2nd ed

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개인저자
Baddeley, Alan D., 1934-. Eysenck, Michael W. Anderson, Michael C. (Michael Christopher).
서명 / 저자사항
Memory [electronic resource] / Alan Baddeley, Michael W. Eysenck, and Michael Anderson.
판사항
2nd ed.
발행사항
London ;   New York :   Psychology Press,   c2015.  
형태사항
1 online resource (xiv, 532 p.) : ill.
ISBN
9781317610434 (electronic bk.) 1317610431 (electronic bk.) 9781315749860 (electronic bk.) 1315749866 (electronic bk.) 9781848721838 (hardcover ; alk. paper) 1848721838 (hardcover ; alk. paper) 9781848721845 (softcover ; alk. paper) 1848721846 (softcover ; alk. paper)
요약
This best-selling textbook presents a comprehensive and accessible overview of the study of memory. Written by three of the world's leading researchers in the field, it contains everything the student needs to know about the scientific approach to memory and its applications. Each chapter of the book is written by one of the three authors, an approach which takes full advantage of their individual expertise and style, creating a more personal and accessible text. This enhances students' enjoyment of the book, allowing them to share the authors' own fascination with human memory. The book also.
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Title from e-Book title page.  
내용주기
What is memory? -- Memory and the brain -- Short-term memory -- Working memory -- Learning -- Episodic memory : organizing and remembering -- Semantic memory and stored knowledge -- Retrieval -- Incidental forgetting -- Motivated forgetting -- Autobiographical memory -- Memory in childhood -- Memory and aging -- Eyewitness testimony -- Prospective memory -- When memory systems fail -- Improving your memory.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
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Memory.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Dedication -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- About the authors -- Preface to the First edition -- Preface to the Second edition -- 1. What is memory? -- Why do we need memory? -- One memory or many? -- Theories, maps, and models -- How can we study memory? -- How many kinds of memory? -- Sensory memory -- Short-term and working memory -- Long-term memory -- Memory: Beyond the laboratory -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 2. Memory and the brain -- Neuropsychological approaches -- Observing the brain -- Observing the working brain -- Blood flow based measures -- The cellular basis of memory -- Genetic approaches -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 3. Short-term memory -- Short-term and working memory: What’s the difference? -- Memory span -- Models of verbal short-term memory -- Competing theories of verbal short-term memory -- Free recall -- Visuo-spatial short-term memory -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 4. Working memory -- The modal model -- The multicomponent model -- Imagery and the visuo-spatial sketchpad -- The central executive -- The episodic buffer -- Individual differences in working memory -- Theories of working memory -- Educational applications -- The neuroscience of working memory -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 5. Learning -- Rate of learning -- Distributed practice -- Expanding retrieval -- The importance of testing -- The importance of feedback -- Motivation to learn -- Repetition and learning -- Implicit learning -- Learning and consciousness -- The neurobiological basis of learning -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 6. Episodic memory: Organizing and remembering -- The Bartlett approach -- Meaning and memory -- Memory and predictability -- Levels of processing -- The limits of levels -- Transfer-appropriate processing -- Why is deeper coding better? -- Organization and memory -- Becoming an expert -- Seriation -- Episodic memory and the brain -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 7. Semantic memory and stored knowledge -- Introduction -- Semantic memory vs. episodic memory -- Organization of concepts: Traditional views -- Using concepts -- Concepts and the brain -- Schemas -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 8. Retrieval -- The experience of retrieval failure -- The retrieval process: General principles -- Factors determining retrieval success -- Context cues -- Retrieval tasks -- The importance of incidental context in episodic memory retrieval -- Recognition memory -- Source monitoring -- Concluding remarks -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 9. Incidental forgetting -- A remarkable memory -- The fundamental fact of forgetting -- On the nature of forgetting -- Factors that discourage forgetting -- Factors that encourage incidental forgetting -- A functional view of incidental forgetting -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 10. Motivated forgetting -- Life is good, or memory makes it so -- Terminology in research on motivated forgetting -- Factors that predict motivated forgetting -- Factors that predict memory recovery -- Recovered memories of trauma: Instances of motivated forgetting? -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 11. Autobiographical memory -- Why do we need autobiographical memory? -- Methods of study -- Theories of autobiographical memory -- Psychogenic amnesia -- Organically based deficits -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 12. Eyewitness testimony -- Introduction -- Major factors influencing eyewitness accuracy -- Anxiety and violence -- Age and eyewitness accuracy -- Remembering faces -- Police procedures with eyewitnesses -- From laboratory to courtroom -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 13. Prospective memory -- Introduction -- Prospective memory in everyday life -- Types of prospective memory -- Theoretical perspectives -- Improving prospective memory -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 14. Memory in childhood -- Introduction -- Memory in infants -- Developmental changes in memory during childhood -- Implicit memory -- Autobiographical memory and infantile amnesia -- Children as witnesses -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 15. Memory and aging -- Approaches to the study of aging -- Working memory and aging -- Aging and long-term memory -- Theories of aging -- The aging brain -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 16. When memory systems fail -- Amnesia: The patient and the psychologist -- Episodic memory impairment -- Traumatic brain injury -- Alzheimer’s disease -- Rehabilitation of patients with memory problems -- Conclusion -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- 17. Improving your memory -- Introduction -- Distinctive processing -- Techniques to improve memory: Visual imagery -- Techniques to improve memory: Verbal mnemonics -- Why are mnemonic techniques effective? -- Working memory training -- Memory experts -- Preparing for examinations -- Learning verbatim -- Summary -- Points for discussion -- Further reading -- References -- Glossary -- Photo credits -- Author index -- Subject index -- .

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