The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Psychology by Daniel ReisbergThe Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Psychology by Daniel Reisberg

The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Psychology

EditorDaniel Reisberg

Paperback | February 10, 2014

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Cognitive psychology has matured and flourished in the last half-century, as new theories, research tools, and theoretical frameworks have allowed cognitive psychologists and researchers to explore a broad array of topics. In the same vein, the depth of understanding and the methodological andtheoretical sophistication have also grown in wonderful ways. Given the expanse of the field, an up-to-date and inclusive resource such as this handbook is needed for aspiring generalists who wish to read the book cover to cover, and for the many readers who are simply curious to know the currenthappenings in other cognition laboratories.Guided by this need, this volume's 64 chapters cover all aspects of cognition, spanning perceptual issues, attention, memory, knowledge representation, language, emotional influences, judgment, problem solving, and the study of individual differences in cognition. Additional chapters turn to thecontrol of complex actions and the social, cultural, and developmental context of cognition. The authors include a mix of well-established influential figures and younger colleagues in order to gain an understanding of the field's forward trajectory. The volume also includes a mix of "tutorial"chapters and chapters that powerfully represent a particular research team's point of view.
Daniel Reisberg, Ph.D., is Professor and Department Chair of Psychology at Reed College.
Title:The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive PsychologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:1096 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.68 inPublished:February 10, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. Daniel Reisberg: Introduction to the HandbookPart One: Gaining Information about the Visual World2. Mary A. Peterson and Ruth Kimchi: Perceptual Organization in Vision3. John E. Hummel: Object Recognition4. Gillian Rhodes: Face Recognition5. John M. Henderson: Eye Movements6. Barbara Tversky and Jeffrey M. Zacks: Event PerceptionPart Two: Attention and Awareness7. Ronald A. Rensink: Perception and Attention8. Kyle R. Cave: Spatial Attention9. Robert H. Logie: Disorders of Attention10. Steven L. Franconeri: The Nature and Status of Visual Resources11. Agnes Moors: Automaticity12. John F. Kihlstrom: Unconscious ProcessesPart Three: Memory13. David A. Gallo and Mark E. Wheeler: Episodic Memory14. Ken McRae and Michael Jones: Semantic Memory15. Neil W. Mulligan and Miri Besken: Implicit Memory16. Cara Laney: The Sources of Memory Errors17. Jason P. Leboe and Bruce W. A. Whittlesea: Through the SCAPE Looking-Glass: Sources of Performance and Sources of Attribution18. Julie M. Bugg, Mark A. McDaniel, and Gilles O. Einstein: Event-Based Prospective Remembering: An Integration of Prospective Memory and Cognitive Control Theories19. John Dunlosky and Keith W. Thiede: Metamemory20. Elizabeth J. Marsh and Andrew C. Butler: Memory in Educational SettingsPart Four: Knowledge and Mental Representation21. Arthur B. Markman and Jonathan R. Rein: The Nature of Mental Concepts22. Kathy E. Johnson: Culture, Expertise, and Mental Categories23. Andy J. Wills: Models of Categorization24. Diane Pecher: The Perceptual Representation of Mental Categories25. Daniel Reisberg: Mental ImagesPart Five: Text and Language26. Sven L. Mattys: Speech Perception27. James S. Magnuson, Daniel Mirman, and Emily Myers: Spoken Word Perception28. Keith Rayner and Alexander Pollatsek: Basic Processes in Reading29. Morton Ann Gernsbacher and Michael P. Kaschak: Text Comprehension30. Arthur C. Graesser and Carol Forsyth: Discourse Comprehension31. Melissa Koenig and Caitlin Cole: Early Word Learning32. Lila Gleitman and Anna Papafragou: Relations between Language and Thought33. Derek Bickerton: The Evolution of LanguagePart Six: The Role for Emotion34. Maria Gendron, Batja Mesquita, and Lisa Feldman Barrett: Emotion Perception: Putting the Face in Context35. Siobhan M. Hoscheidt, Bhaktee Dongaonkar, Jessica Payne, and Lynn Nade: Emotion, Stress, and Memory36. Jeffrey R. Huntsinger and Simone Schnall: Emotion-Cognition Interaction37. Matthew Tyler Boden and James J. Gross: An Emotion Regulation Perspective on Belief ChangePart Seven: Judgment, Reasoning, and Choice38. Ben R. Newell: Judgment under Uncertainty39. Brett K. Hayes and Evan Heit: Induction40. Jonathan St T Evans: Reasoning41. Philip N. Johnson-Laird: The Mental Models Perspective42. Dedre Gentner and Linsey A. Smith: Analogical Learning and Reasoning43. Maarten Speekenbrink and David R. Shanks: Decision Making44. Barry Schwartz and Roseanna Sommers: Affective Forecasting and Well BeingPart Eight: Thinking in Specialized Domains45. Holger Schultheis and Laura A. Carlson: Spatial Reasoning46. Michael R. Waldmann and York Hagmayer: Causal Reasoning47. Liane L. Young: Moral ThinkingPart Nine: Problem Solving and Creativity48. Richard E. Mayer: Problem Solving49. Jessica I. Fleck, Mark Beeman, and John Kounios: Insight50. Dean Keith Simonton and Rodica Ioana Damian: CreativityPart Ten: How Do We Differ?51. James C. Kaufman, Scott Barry Kaufman, and Jonathan A. Plucker: Contemporary Theories of Intelligence52. Thais S. Rizzi and Danielle Posthuma: Genes and Intelligence53. Maria Kozhevnikov: Cognitive StylePart Eleven: Practice and Skilled Performance54. David A. Rosenbaum: Planning and Performing Physical Actions55. David H. Uttal and Nathaniel G. Meadow: The Psychology of Practice: Lessons from Spatial Cognition56. K. Anders Ericsson and Tyler J. Towne: Experts and Their Superior PerformancePart Twelve: The Social and Cultural Context57. Isabelle M. Bauer and Roy F. Baumeister: Self-Knowledge58. Gordon B. Moskowitz and Michael J. Gill: Person Perception59. Dana Samson: Theory of Mind60. Galen V. Bodenhausen and Bertram Gawronski: Attitude Change61. Yuri Miyamoto and Brooke Wilken: Cultural DifferencesPart Thirteen: A Developmental Perspective62. Katherine C. Morasch, Vinaya Raj, and Martha Ann Bell: The Development of Cognitive Control from Infancy through Childhood63. Greg D. Reynolds, Mary L. Courage, and John E. Richards: The Development of Attention64. Paul Verhaeghen: Cognitive Aging65. Daniel J. Reisberg: Epilogue: Looking Forward