Distinctiveness And Memory

Hardcover | April 6, 2006

EditorR. Reed Hunt, James B. Worthen

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Research relevant to the topic of distinctiveness and memory dates back over 100 years and boasts a literature of well over 2,000 published articles. Throughout this history, numerous theories of distinctiveness and memory have been offered and subsequently refined. There has, however, neverbeen a book that brings this rich history together with the latest research. This volume is the first to present an historical overview, the results of the current research, and several new theories on distinctiveness and memory. Each chapter contains a review of the relevant literature and latestresearch on its topic. The book includes sections that cover basic theory and behavioral research on distinctiveness, bizarreness effects, distinctiveness effects on implicit memory, the development of distinctiveness across the lifespan, distinctiveness in social context, and the neuroscience ofdistinctiveness and memory. In the concluding chapter, Fergus Craik offers his current perspective on distinctiveness and evaluates the various other theories of distinctiveness presented in the volume. Distinctiveness and Memory will be a valuable resource for student and professional researchersin neuroscience and cognitive, developmental, and social psychology.

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Research relevant to the topic of distinctiveness and memory dates back over 100 years and boasts a literature of well over 2,000 published articles. Throughout this history, numerous theories of distinctiveness and memory have been offered and subsequently refined. There has, however, neverbeen a book that brings this rich history tog...

R. Reed Hunt received his Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico and taught at Dartmouth College, Furman University, and University of North Carolina at Greensboro, before joining the faculty at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Much of his research has been devoted to characterizing the psychological processes that are distinc...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:496 pages, 6.42 × 9.29 × 1.18 inPublished:April 6, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Part One: Basic Issues1. R. Reed Hunt: The Concept of Distinctiveness in Memory Research2. James S. Nairne: Modeling Distinctiveness: Implications for general memory theory3. Stephen R. Schmidt: Emotion, Significance, Distinctiveness, and Memory4. Mark A. McDaniel and Lisa Geraci: Encoding and Retrieval Processes in Distinctiveness Effects: Toward an Integrative Framework5. Daniel L. Schacter and Amy L. Wiseman: Reducing Memory Errors: The Distinctiveness Heuristic6. Daniel J. Burns: Assessing Distinctiveness: Measures of Item-Specific and Relational ProcessingPart Two: Bizareness7. James B. Worthen: Resolution of Discrepant Memory Strengths: An Explanation of the Effects of Bizareness on Memory8. Denise Davidson: Memory for Bizarre and Other Unusual Events: Evidence from Script ResearchPart Three: Distinctiveness and Implicit Memory Tests9. Neil W. Mulligan: Conceptual Implicit Memory and the Item-specific--Relational Distinction10. Lisa Geraci and Suparna Rajarm: The Distinctiveness Effect in Explicit and Implicit MemoryPart Four: Distinctiveness and Memory Across the Life Span11. Mark L. Howe: Distinctiveness in Children's Memory12. Rebekah E. Smith: Adult Age Differences in Episodic Memory: Item-specific, Relational, and Distinctive ProcessingPart Five: Distinctiveness in the Social Context13. Brian Mullen and Carmen Pizzuto: The Effects of Social Distinctiveness: The Phenomenology of Being in a Group14. Susan Coats and Eliot R. Smith: Distinctiveness and Memory: A Comparison of the Social and Cognitive Literatures15. Monica Fabiani: Part Six: The Neuroscience of Distinctiveness and Memory16. Pascale Michelon and Abraham Z. Snyder: Neural Correlates of Incongruity17. Mark M. Kishiyama and Andrew P. Yonelinas: Stimulus Novelty Effects on Recognition Memory: Behavioral Properties and Neuroanatomical SubstratesPart Seven: Denoument18. Endel Tulving and R. Shayna Rosenbaum: What do Explanations of the Distinctiveness Effect Need to Explain?19. Fergus I.M. Craik: Distinctiveness and Memory: Comments and a Point of View