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Human Memory

Human Memory

Four Volume Set
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January 2011 | 1 744 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Our capacity to store and retrieve information has fascinated cognitive and neuropsychologists for decades, and spawned generations of researchers from across the globe to study it from many angles. Researchers are fundamentally interested in short-term memory, working memory, long-term memory, memory systems, memory impairment and different methods for studying memory, for example newer imaging technologies (for e.g. Neuroscience methods).

This collection collates those articles which represent the conceptual issues in Human Memory and demonstrate the key contemporary themes in memory. Moreover, developments in contemporary theory often urge the student, academic or practitioner to revisit classic works. As such, this collection, Human Memory, is separated into four volumes.

  • Volume I studies cases of Memory Impairment. Contemporary cognitive psychology and in particular memory, is often taught from a neuropsychological angle.
  • Volume II covers models of Memory and Memory Systems looking at the classification and subdivisions of the memory system drawing on neuroscience models (e.g. Hemispheric Encoding Retrieval Asymmetry), developmental patterns (Childhood Amnesia, Memory Aging as Frontal Lobe impairment) and laboratory experimentation (Interference theory, verbal learning paradigms).
  • Volume III focuses on Fundamentals of Human Memory and gathers together the essential empirical work on various properties of memory.
  • Volume IV looks at Memory in Everyday Life and considers eyewitness testimony as well as prospective remembering, autobiographical memory, navigation, rehabilitation, education, and memory for dreams and social influences on memory.
Loss of Recent Memory after Bilateral Hippocampal Lesions

W. Scoville and B. Milner
Relations between Source Amnesia and Frontal-Lobe Functioning in Older Adults

F. Craik et al
The Anterograde and Retrograde Retrieval Ability of a Patient with Amnesia due to Encephalitis

L. Cermak and M. O'Connor
Intact and Impaired Memory Functions in Autism

L. Bennetto, B. Pennington and S. Rogers
Attentional Control in Alzheimer's Disease

A. Baddeley et al
The Specificity of Autobiographical Memory and Imageability of the Future

J.M.G. Williams et al
Genetically Dissociated Components of Working Memory: Evidence from Down's and Williams Syndrome

C. Jarrold, A. Baddeley and A. Hewes
Insights from Semantic Dementia on the Relationship between Episodic and Semantic Memory

K. Graham et al
The Case of KC: Contributions of a memory-impaired person to memory theory

R. Rosenbaum et al
Motivated Confabulation

M. Conway and P. Tacchi
Memory - A River Runs Through It

M. Garry, E. Loftus and S. Brown
One Brain, Two Selves

A.A.T.S. Reinders et al
Intrusive Images and "Hotspots" of Trauma Memories in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An exploratory investigation of emotions and cognitive themes

E. Holmes, N. Grey and K. Young
Delusional Memory, Confabulation, and Frontal Lobe Dysfunction: A case study in De Clerambault's Syndrome

M. Kopelman, E. Guinan and P. Lewis
Disordered Memory Awareness: Recollective confabulation in two cases of persistent déjà vu

C. Moulin et al
Recent Insights into the Impairment of Memory in Epilepsy: Transient epileptic amnesia, accelerated long-term forgetting and remote memory impairment

C. Butler and A. Zeman
Experiments on Implicit Memory in a Korsakoff Patient by Claparede (1907)

S. Nicolas
Remembering the Past and Imagining the Future: Common and Distinct Neural Substrates During Event Construction and Elaboration

D. Addis, A. Wong and D. Schacter
Aspects of the Unity of Consciousness and Everyday Memory Failures

R. Gennaro, D. Herrmann and M. Sarapata
Memory and the Self

M. Conway
The Episodic Buffer: A New Component of Working Memory?

A. Baddeley
A Process Dissociation Framework: Separating Automatic from Intentional Uses of Memory

L. Jacoby
Semantic Memory Content in Permastore: 50 Years of Memory for Spanish Learned in School

H. Bahrick
Availability versus Accessibility of Information in Memory for Words

E. Tulving and Z. Pearlsto
Primary Memory

N. Waugh and D. Norman
Human Single-Neuron Responses at the Threshold of Conscious Recognition

R. Quean Quiroga et al
Cognitive Neuroscience of Human Memory

J. Gabrieli
Why There Are Complementary Learning-Systems in the Hippocampus and Neocortex: Insights from the Successes and Failures of Connectionist Models of Learning and Memory

J. McClelland, B. McNaughton and R. O'Reilly
Memory and Working-With-Memory - A Component Process Model Based On Modules and Central Systems

M. Moscovitch
Memory and Consciousness

E. Tulving
Cognitive Maps in Rats and Men

E. Tolman
Working Memory

A. Baddeley and G. Hitch
Human Memory: A Proposed System and its Control Processes

R.C. Atkinson and R.M. Shiffrin
Test-Enhanced Learning: Taking memory tests improves long-term retention

H. Roediger and J. Karpicke
The Self and Recollection Reconsidered: How a 'failure to replicate' failed and why trace strength accounts of recollection are untenable

M. Conway et al
The Phonological Loop as a Language Learning Device

A. Baddeley, S. Gathercole and C. Papagno
The Self-Reference Effect in Memory: A meta-analysis

C. Symons and B. Johnson
Monitoring and Control Processes in the Strategic Regulation of Memory

A. Koriat and M. Goldsmith
Creating False Memories: Remembering words not presented in lists

H. Roediger
When Peoples' Judgments of Learning (JOLs) are Extremely Accurate

T. Nelson and J. Dunlosky
Verbal Overshadowing of Visual Memories - Some Things Are Better Left

J. Schooler and T. Engstlerschooler
Context-Dependent Memory in 2 Natural Environments - Land and Underwater

D. Godden and A. Baddeley
On Common Ground: Jost's (1897) Law of Forgetting and Ribot's (1881) Law of Retrograde Amnesia

J.T. Wixted
Vantage Point in Trauma C Memory

H. McIsaac and E. Keich
The Neural Basis of the Butcher-On-The-Bus Phenomenon: When a face seems familiar but is not remembered

G. Yovel and K.A Paller
Gone But Not Forgotten: The transient nature of retrieval-induced forgetting

M. Macleod and C.N. McCrae
Memory and Therapeutic Action

P. Fonagy
Levels of Processing - Framework for Memory Research

F. Craik and R. Lockhart
Psychometric Experiments

F. Galton
President Bush's False 'Flashbulb' Memory of 9/11/01

D. Greenberg
Memory Distortion in People Reporting Abduction by Aliens

S. Clancy et al
Navigation-Related Structural Change in the Hippocampi of Taxi Drivers

E. Maguire et al
Things Learned in Early Adulthood are Remembered Best

D. Rubin, T. Rahhal and L. Poon
Predictive Feeling of Knowing Judgements and Postdictive Confidence Judgements in Eyewitness Memory and General Knowledge

T. Perfect and T. Hollins
Errorless Learning in the Rehabilitation of Memory-Impaired People

B. Wilson et al
Very Long-Term Retention of a Novel

N. Stanhope, G. Cohen and M. Conway
The Bankruptcy of Everyday Memory

M. Banaji and R. Crowder
In Defense of Everyday Memory

M. Conway
Role of Schemata in Memory for Places

W. Brewer and J. Treyens
Scripts in Memory for Text

G. Bower, J. Black and T. Turner
Leading Questions and Eyewitness Report

E. Loftus
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Lies: Using False Photographs to Create False Childhood Memories

K. Wade et al
Visuo-Spatial Working Memory in Navigation

S. Garden, C. Cornoldi and R. Logie
The Seven Sins of Memory: Insights from Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience

D.I. Schacter

Chris Moulin