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Societies have always depended upon humanitys ability to correctly perceive situations and determine suitable subsequent actions. Since this requires us to accurately deal with information, it is important to understand not only how we (mostly) do this, but also how errors may arise.
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This is the focus of the new, second edition of Cognitive Psychology, one of the most dynamic areas in its field. Accessible yet comprehensive, this text aims to overcome the gap that arises between real life and laboratory studies, by providing an appropriate balance of research versus application.
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A brand-new standalone chapter on Consciousness
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Fler böcker av Kenneth Gilhooly
Kenneth Gilhooly, Robert H Logie
Thinking and memory are inextricably linked. However, a "e;divide and rule"e; approach has led cognitive psychologists to study these two areas in relative isolation. With contributions from some of the leading international researchers on...
chapter 1: Introduction
chapter 2: Perception
chapter 3: Motor Cognition
chapter 4: Attention
chapter 5: Consciousness
chapter 6: Sensory, Short-term and Working Memory
chapter 7: Long-Term Memory
chapter 8: Learning and Forgetting
chapter 9: Concepts and Imagery
chapter 10: Language Production
chapter 11: Language Comprehension
chapter 12: Problem Solving
chapter 13: Decision Making
chapter 14: Reasoning
chapter 15: Cognition and Emotion