Constructions Of Remembering And Metacognition: Essays in Honour of Bruce Whittlesea

Hardcover | March 1, 2011

EditorP. Higham, J. Leboe

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Containing contributions from world leaders honoring Bruce Whittlesea’s lifetime contribution to memory research, this volume reflects the current understanding amongst memory researchers that memory is more than passive acquisition and retrieval, but involves constructions, attributions, and inferences.

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Containing contributions from world leaders honoring Bruce Whittlesea’s lifetime contribution to memory research, this volume reflects the current understanding amongst memory researchers that memory is more than passive acquisition and retrieval, but involves constructions, attributions, and inferences.

PHIL HIGHAM is Reader in Cognitive Psychology in the School of Psychology at the University of Southampton, UK.  JASON LEBOE is Associate Professor in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Manitoba, Canada.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:March 1, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230579418

ISBN - 13:9780230579415

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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements
Notes on Contributors
PART I - Introduction
The Importance of Untangling Subjective Experience and Objective Measures for Understanding Memory Performance; M.M.Arnold
PART II - Inferential Processes and Fluency/Familiarity
Fluency and Familiarity: How Memory for Perceptual Detail Influences the Remembering of Events; K.M. Evans & A.S.Benjamin
The Development of the Fluency Heuristic in Childhood: More Questions than Answers; J.K.Miller & M.E.Lloyd
Attributions of Fluency: Familiarity, Preference and the Senses;  A. Mantonakis, D.M.Bernstein& E.F.Loftus
The Role of Familiarity in Implicit Learning; Z.Dienes, R.B. Scott& L.Wan
PART III - Inferential Processes and Recollection/Retrieval
The Constructive Nature of Recollection; T.L.Ansons & J.P.Leboe
Inferential Processes in Subjective Reports of Recollection; B. P.Kurilla & D. L.Westerman
Metacognitive Processes Before and During Retrieval; G.Mazzoni& M.Hanczakowski
PART IV - Inferential Processes and The Regulation of Accuracy
Accuracy Discrimination and Type-2 Signal Detection Theory: Clarifications, Extensions, and an Analysis of Bias; P.A.Higham
Quantity-accuracy Profiles or type-2 Signal Detection Measures? Similar Methods Toward a Common Goal; M.Goldsmith
A Search for Influences of Feedback on Recognition of Music, Poetry, and Art; D.S.Lindsay & J.Kantner
Criterion Changes: How Flexible are Recognition Decision Processes?; W.E.Hockley
Judgements of Learning and Study Time Allocation: An Illustration from Neuropsychology;C.J.A.Moulin, T.J.Perfect, S.Akhtar, H.L.Williams & C.Souchay
Agenda-based Regulation of Study-time Allocation; J.Dunlosky, R.Ariel & K.W.Thiede
PART V - SCAPE
Surprising Fluency: Bruce Whittlesea's Contributions to our Understanding of the Role of Fundamental Adaptive Cognitive Processes; A.Mantonakis & R.Hastie
Your Effort is Showing! Pupil Dilation Reveals Memory Heuristics; M.H.Papesh & S.D.Goldinger
Remembering Under the Influence of Unconscious Expectations;  B.W.A.Whittlesea
Epilogue
References