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He then moved tothe University of St. Inhalt 1. What is Memory?

Memory and the Brain 3. Short-term Memory 4.

Working Memory 5. Learning 6. Episodic Memory: Organizing and Remembering7.

Semantic Memory and Stored Knowledge8. Retrieval 9.

Incidental Forgetting Motivated Forgetting Autobiographical Memory Eyewitness Testimony Prospective Memory For example, working memory plays an important role in long-term learning, but is itself influenced by existing knowledge. We try to make this clear without unduly complicating the picture. A second problem concerns the different levels of development of research and theory in different areas.

In tackling a given area, we tend to approach it from a historical viewpoint, both because of the importance of the early work for subsequent development, and also because earlier work is usually conceptually simpler, providing a clear route into subsequent more complex theory.

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The chapters on short-term and working memory for instance, describe an area that has developed hugely since the s, in the depth and complexity of theoretical development, in the degree of involvement of neuropsychology and neuroimaging, and in breadth of application. Other areas of equal importance are easier to understand.

The role of organization in long-term learning for instance is a topic where the basic phenomena and ground rules had been established by the s, with little further development necessary. Many newer applications such as the study of autobiographical memory and prospective memory are still at a relatively early stage of theoretical development, and as a result probably present less of a challenge to the student than some of the earlier chapters.

We have therefore tried to structure the book in such a way as to allow the user to pick a different route through the book, if preferred.

In the twenty-first century, no memory book can be complete without taking into account the implications of recent exciting developments in neuroscience. However, while taking such advances into account where appropriate, our focus is on the psychology of human memory, which we believe will provide a sound foundation for developments in the neuroscience of memory, as well as continuing to offer a solid basis for applying knowledge gained in the laboratory to the many problems of memory in everyday life.

What is Memory?

Memory and the Brain 3. Short-term Memory 4.

Working Memory 5. Learning 6.

Episodic Memory: Organizing and Remembering 7. Semantic Memory and Stored Knowledge 8.

Retrieval 9. Incidental Forgetting Motivated Forgetting Autobiographical Memory Eyewitness Testimony Prospective Memory Memory in Childhood Memory and Aging Louis, USA "The first edition of this book was already the best introduction to the topic available.

The text seamlessly integrates research from cognitive psychology, neuropsychology, and neuroimaging. This text reflects a seamless coordination of effort from three leading memory researchers with complementary interests in different aspects of memory. Eysenck is a Professorial Fellow at Roehampton University.

Eyewitness Testimony This project has depended crucially on the patience, help and support of our colleagues at Psychology Press including Lucy Kennedy who played an important role in planning the book, and Rebekah Edmondson, Veronica Lyons, and Tara Stebnicky who ensured that the plans became a reality.

Reviews Editorial reviews Publisher Synopsis "This second edition of Memory is, if anything, even better than the first. What is Memory?