The Oxford Handbook Of Memory by Endel TulvingThe Oxford Handbook Of Memory by Endel Tulving

The Oxford Handbook Of Memory

EditorEndel Tulving, Fergus I. M. Craik

Paperback | April 27, 2005

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The strengths and weaknesses of human memory have fascinated people for hundreds of years, so it is not surprising that memory research has remained one of the most flourishing areas in science. During the last decade, however, a genuine science of memory has emerged, resulting in research andtheories that are rich, complex, and far reaching in their implications. Endel Tulving and Fergus Craik, both leaders in memory research, have created this highly accessible guide to their field. In each chapter, eminent researchers provide insights into their particular areas of expertise in memoryresearch. Together, the chapters in this handbook lay out the theories and presents the evidence on which they are based, highlights the important new discoveries, and defines their consequences for professionals and students in psychology, neuroscience, clinical medicine, law, andengineering.
Endel Tulving is at Rotman Research Institute. Fergus I. M. Craik is at University of Toronto.
Title:The Oxford Handbook Of MemoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:720 pages, 7.01 × 9.88 × 2.01 inPublished:April 27, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195182006

ISBN - 13:9780195182002


Table of Contents

ContributorsPart I: Study of Memory1. Gordon H. Bower: A Brief History of Memory Research2. Endel Tulving: Concepts of Memory3. Robert S. Lockhart: Methods of Memory Research4. Michael J. Kahana: Contingency Analyses of MemoryPart II: Memory in the LaboratoryACTS OF MEMORY5. Alan Baddeley: Short-Term and Working Memory6. Scott C. Brown and Fergus I. M. Craik: Encoding and Retrieval of Information7. Daniel R. Kimball and Keith J. Holyoak: Transfer and ExpertiseCONTENTS OF MEMORY8. Robert G. Crowder and Robert L. Greene: Serial Learning: Cognition and Behavior9. Lars-Goran Nilsson: Remembering Actions and Words10. Henry L. Roediger and Kathleen B. McDermott: Distortions of MemoryREFLECTIONS IN MEMORY11. Douglas L. Hintzman: Memory Judgments12. Karen J. Mitchell and Marcia K. Johnson: Source Monitoring: Attributing Mental Experiences13. Janet Metcalfe: Metamemory: Theory and DataAWARENESS IN MEMORY14. Colleen M. Kelley and Larry L. Jacoby: Recollection and Familiarity: Process-Dissociation15. John M. Gardiner and Alan Richardson-Klavehn: Remembering and Knowing16. Jeffrey P. Toth: Nonconscious Forms of Human MemoryPart III: Memory in LifeMEMORY IN DEVELOPMENT17. Carolyn Rovee-Collier and Harlene Hayne: Memory in Infancy and Early Childhood18. Katherine Nelson and Robyn Fivush: Socialization of Memory19. Josef Perner: Memory and Theory of MindMEMORY IN USE20. Ulric Neisser and Lisa K. Libby: Remembering Life Experience21. Asher Koriat: Control Processes in Remembering22. Harry P. Bahrick: Long-Term Maintenance of Knowledge23. Barbara Tversky: Remembering Spaces24. Jonathan W. Schooler and Eric Eich: Memory for Emotional EventsMEMORY IN DECLINE25. David A. Balota, Patrick O. Dolan, and Janet M. Duchek: Memory Changes in Healthy Older Adults26. Nicole D. Anderson and Fergus I. M. Craik: Memory in the Aging Brain27. Andrew R. Mayes: Selective Memory Disorders28. John R. Hodges: Memory in the DementiasPart IV: Organization of MemoryNEURAL SUBSTRATES OF MEMORY29. Hans J. Markowitsch: Neuroanatomy of Memory30. Stuart M. Zola and Larry R. Squire: The Medial Temporal Lobe and the Hippocampus31. Lars Nyberg and Roberto Cabeza: Brain Imaging of Memory32. Event-Related Potential Studies of Memory33. H. Valerie Curran: Psychopharmacological Perspectives on MemoryTHEORIES OF MEMORY34 The Adaptive Nature of Memory. John R. Anderson and Lael J. Schooler: 35. Roger Ratcliff and Gail McKoon: Memory Models36. James L. McClelland: Connectionist Models of Memory37. Mark A. Wheeler: Episodic Memory and Autonoetic Awareness38. Morris Moscovitch: Theories of Memory and Consciousness39. Daniel L. Schacter, Anthony D. Wagner, and Randy L. Buckner: Memory Systems of 1999L. Weiskrantz: EPILOGUESubject IndexName Index

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"The most important book on the subject ever published." --Michael S. Gazzaniga, Dartmouth University