Introductory Readings for Cognitive Psychology
Richard P. Honeck
Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Psychology - 284 pages
This book, composed of 31 selections, is designed for the student who is taking a first course in cognitive psychology. Because texts rarely give students any idea of the methodological and theoretical struggles of researchers in this area, these readings capture the excitement and flow of cognitive psychology. Students will benefit from being directly exposed to the pursuits and passions of cognitive psychologists, the questions they grapple with, and the inner workings of their research.
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