Theories of Memory, Volume 2
"Theories of Memory: Volume II" is a collection of major theoretical statements from a broad range of leading memory researchers. Each chapter was derived from a presentation given at the 2nd International Conference on Memory, held at Abano Termi, Italy, 15-19 July 1996. The contributions cover imagery, implicit and explicit memory, encoding and retrieval processes, neuroimaging, age-related changes in memory, development of conceptual knowledge, spatial memory, the ecological approach to memory, processes meditating false memories, and cognitive models of memory. Taken together, the chapters in this collection provide in-depth reviews and appraisals as well as development of theory across many of the themes that have preoccupied memory researchers over the past decade.
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