1 Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Study of Memory.- I Perspectives from Behavioral Neuroscience.- 2 A Model System Approach to Memory.- 3 Modulation of Memory Storage Processes.- II Perspective from Cognitive Psychology.- 4 Domains of Memory.- 5 Memory: Conscious and Unconscious.- 6 The Uses of Working Memory.- III Perspectives from Developmental Psychology.- 7 Remembering: A Functional Developmental Perspective.- 8 The Joy of Kicking: Memories, Motives, and Mobiles.- 9 The Locus of Word-Finding Problems in Language-Impaired Children.- IV Perspectives from Social Psychology.- 10 Three Catechisms for Social Memory.- 11 Understanding Impression Formation: What Has Memory Research Contributed?.- 12 Social Memory and Social Judgement.- 13 Thoughts on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Memory.- Author Index.
Memory: Interdisciplinary Approaches arrays the most current research and thinking on the cognitive, social, and neural aspects of memory. An international group of experts discusses the domains of working memory and the modularity of storage processes while other contributors examine the social and developmental consequences of memory. This volume represents the most comprehensive reviews of "frontline" memory work to date. This collection is based on the first series of G. Stanley Hall Lectures sponsored by Williams College.
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