Aspects of Memory: The practical aspects, Volume 1

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Michael M. Gruneberg, Peter Edwin Morris
Routledge, 1992 - Psychology - 264 pages
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The past decade has witnessed a dramatic increase of interest in the practical applications of memory research: large numbers of psychologists who study memory are now interested in applying their work to the real world. Aspects of Memory brings together contributions by a team of internationally recognised experts, and reflects the major advances made in the past few years. Covering specific areas such as eyewitnessing and face recognitions, the problems of ageing and memory, memory improvement, prospective memory, and autobiographical memory, the bookd provides and excellent up-t-date review of current approaches to applied memory research. Contributors include: M. Gruneberg, P.E. Morris, A.E. Fruzzette, K. Toland, S.A. Teller, E. Loftus, H.D. Ellis, J.W. Shepherd, A. Mayes, D.M. Burke, D.J. Hermann, M. Palmisano, and J.A. Robinson

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Dr. Michael Gruneberg is an internationally respected authority and author on memory enhancement. He is the president of the American Society for Applied Research in memory and cognition.

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