Ed. by Matthew R. Kelley.
Nova Science Publishers
Psychologists review the current literature on memory, and investigate how recent research findings into memory might be applied in academic pursuit or daily life. Their perspectives include verbalizing musical memories, flashbulb memory for September 11 and the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster, remembering social information, children's strategic regulation of memory accuracy, and building basic memories into more complex knowledge. The anthology is designed as a reference for researchers or a textbook for graduate or upper-level courses in cognitive psychology, human memory, or applied psychology.
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