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Cognitive Psychology

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  • Mnemonologyby James B. Worthen; R. Reed Hunt

    Taylor and Francis 2011; US$ 57.50

    This book bridges the gap between basic memory research and mnemonic applications through a careful analysis of the processes that underlie effective memory aids. more...

  • The Taxonomy of Metacognitionby Pina Tarricone

    Taylor and Francis 2011; US$ 85.00

    This book clarifies the construct of metacognition so that researchers and teachers can develop a better understanding of it. This is an important and broad ranging contribution, which can be drawn upon and applied in many related areas, by researchers, psychologists, teachers and any profession interested in psychological learning processes. more...

  • Explaining the Brainby Carl F. Craver

    Clarendon Press 2007; US$ 54.99

    What distinguishes good explanations in neuroscience from bad? Carl F. Craver constructs and defends standards for evaluating neuroscientific explanations that are grounded in a systematic view of what neuroscientific explanations are: descriptions of multilevel mechanisms. In developing this approach, he draws on a wide range of examples in the history... more...

  • Bi-Directionality in the Cognitive Sciencesby Marcus Callies; Wolfram R. Keller; Astrid Lohöfer

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2011; US$ 135.00

    Cognitive science is the interdisciplinary study of the human mind. As far as the exact relationship between the cognitive sciences and other fields is concerned, however, it appears that interdisciplinary exchange often remains unrealized, possibly because of the uni-directional application of theories, concepts, and methods, which impedes the productive... more...

  • Deep Learningby Stellan Ohlsson

    Cambridge University Press 2011; US$ 36.00

    In this volume, cognitive scientist Stellan Ohlsson presents a unified theory of the mind's response to complex, turbulent environments. more...

  • Mind Over Mindby Chris Berdik

    Penguin Group US 2012; US$ 12.99

    How our fast-forward minds make something out of nothing We all know expectations matter?in school, in sports, in the stock market. From a healing placebo to a run on the bank, hints of their self-fulfilling potential have been observed for years. But we?ve never fully understood why. Journalist Chris Berdik offers a captivating look at the frontiers... more...

  • Sleepby Steven W. Lockley; Russell G. Foster

    Oxford University Press 2012; US$ 9.99

    Why do we need sleep? How much sleep is enough? What is sleep? What happens when we don't get enough? We spend about a third of our lives asleep - it plays a crucial role in our health and wellbeing. References to sleep abound in literature and art, and sleep has been recognized as fundamental to the human condition for thousands of years. Over... more...

  • The Rough Guide to the Brainby Barry Gibb

    Rough Guides Ltd 2012; Not Available

    How does memory work? Are we addicted to television? What is Alzheimer's Disease? Can machines read our minds? The human brain, with all its inherent complexity, has taken on near mythical status. Its 100 billion nerve cells, forged by nature and refined over millions of years, allow humans the capacity to survive, create culture, love. Once... more...

  • The Rough Guide to the Brainby Barry Gibb

    Rough Guides 2012; US$ 18.99

    How does memory work? Are we addicted to television? What is Alzheimer's Disease? Can machines read our minds? The human brain, with all its inherent complexity, has taken on near mythical status. Its 100 billion nerve cells, forged by nature and refined over millions of years, allow humans the capacity to survive, create culture, love. Once... more...

  • Intuition in Judgment and Decision Makingby Henning Plessner; Cornelia Betsch; Tilmann Betsch

    Taylor and Francis 2011; US$ 48.95

    The central goal of this volume is to bring the learning perspective into the discussion of intuition in judgment and decision making. The book gathers recent work on intuitive decision making that goes beyond the current dominant heuristic processing perspective. However, that does not mean that the book will strictly oppose this perspective. The... more...