Memory in Everyday Life - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444889973, 9780080867540

Memory in Everyday Life, Volume 100

1st Edition

Editors: G.M. Davies R.H. Logie
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444889973
eBook ISBN: 9780080867540
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 25th August 1993
Page Count: 553
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Table of Contents

Part 1 - Memory in the Classroom. 1. A tale of two settings: Young children's memory performance in the laboratory and the field (L. Baker-Ward, P.A. Ornstein, B.N. Gordon). Commentaries: On the collection of data (J. Morton). Memory and meaning in the laboratory and the field (R. Fivush). Rejoinder: Meaning, data and the diagnosis of cognitive competence (L. Baker-Ward, P.A. Ornstein, B.N. Gordon). 2. The role of memory in learning to read, write and spell: A review of recent research (R.S. Johnston). Commentaries: Memory and reading: Associated or dissociated? (P.H.K. Seymour). Strategies for learning and instruction (L.S. Siegel). 3. Fuzzy memory and mathematics in the classroom (V.F. Reyna, C.J. Brainerd). Commentaries: Mathematical cognition and fuzzy-trace theory (G.J. Hitch). Counting on mathematics in everyday life (R.H. Logie). Part 2 - Memory and Everyday Life. 4. Slips and errors in learning complex tasks (D.C. Berry). Commentaries: Environment versus cognitions (W.A. Wagenaar). Slips and errors on learning complex tasks (D. Dörner). 5. Working memory in everyday cognition (R.H. Logie). Commentaries: Developing the model of working memory (J.T.E. Richardson). Ecological perspectives of working memory (M. Naveh-Benjamin). 6. The structure of memory performance in experts: Implications for memory in everyday life (K.A. Ericsson, N. Pennington). Commentaries: Expertise and extended memory (K.J. Gilhooly). Hardware, software, and goal maintenance (N. Charness). Part 3 - Life Skills. 7. Remembering ourselves (C.R. Barclay). Commentaries: Memory of schemata, details and selves (S.F. Larsen). Memory, self and story (J.A. Robinson). Rejoinder: Reflections on Professors Robinson's and Larsen's comments (C.R. Barclay). 8. Recognising friends and acquaintances (A.W. Young). Commentaries: Dimensions of facial appearances (V. Bruce). Accessing identity information (B. Johnston). 9. Witnessing events (G. Davies). Commentaries: The theory behind witnessing events, and the practice (E.F. Loftus). On aging witnesses and earwitnesses (A.D. Yarmey). Part 4 - Deficits in Memory. 10. Memory and Ageing (G. Cohen). Commentaries: The maze in the garden (L.W. Poon). Is memory something we have or something we do? (E.A.L. Stine). 11. Coping with memory impairment (B. Wilson). Commentaries: Memory rehabilitation for neurological patients (N. Kapur). Some guidelines on memory rehabilitation (A. Mayes). Part 5 - Methodology. 12. Method and meaning in memory research (M.A. Conway). Commentaries: Faith and scepticism in memory research (R.G. Crowder). Holy war or wholly unnecessary? Some thoughts on the 'conflict' between laboratory studies and everyday memory (A. Baddeley). Author index. Subject index.


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Part 1 - Memory in the Classroom. 1. A tale of two settings: Young children's memory performance in the laboratory and the field (L. Baker-Ward, P.A. Ornstein, B.N. Gordon). Commentaries: On the collection of data (J. Morton). Memory and meaning in the laboratory and the field (R. Fivush). Rejoinder: Meaning, data and the diagnosis of cognitive competence (L. Baker-Ward, P.A. Ornstein, B.N. Gordon). 2. The role of memory in learning to read, write and spell: A review of recent research (R.S. Johnston). Commentaries: Memory and reading: Associated or dissociated? (P.H.K. Seymour). Strategies for learning and instruction (L.S. Siegel). 3. Fuzzy memory and mathematics in the classroom (V.F. Reyna, C.J. Brainerd). Commentaries: Mathematical cognition and fuzzy-trace theory (G.J. Hitch). Counting on mathematics in everyday life (R.H. Logie). Part 2 - Memory and Everyday Life. 4. Slips and errors in learning complex tasks (D.C. Berry). Commentaries: Environment versus cognitions (W.A. Wagenaar). Slips and errors on learning complex tasks (D. Dörner). 5. Working memory in everyday cognition (R.H. Logie). Commentaries: Developing the model of working memory (J.T.E. Richardson). Ecological perspectives of working memory (M. Naveh-Benjamin). 6. The structure of memory performance in experts: Implications for memory in everyday life (K.A. Ericsson, N. Pennington). Commentaries: Expertise and extended memory (K.J. Gilhooly). Hardware, software, and goal maintenance (N. Charness). Part 3 - Life Skills. 7. Remembering ourselves (C.R. Barclay). Commentaries: Memory of schemata, details and selves (S.F. Larsen). Memory, self and story (J.A. Robinson). Rejoinder: Reflections on Professors Robinson's and Larsen's comments (C.R. Barclay). 8. Recognising friends and acquaintances (A.W. Young). Commentaries: Dimensions of facial appearances (V. Bruce). Accessing identity information (B. Johnston). 9. Witnessing events (G. Davies). Commentaries: The theory behind witnessing events, and the practice (E.F. Loftus). On aging witnesses and earwitnesses (A.D. Yarmey). Part 4 - Deficits in Memory. 10. Memory and Ageing (G. Cohen). Commentaries: The maze in the garden (L.W. Poon). Is memory something we have or something we do? (E.A.L. Stine). 11. Coping with memory impairment (B. Wilson). Commentaries: Memory rehabilitation for neurological patients (N. Kapur). Some guidelines on memory rehabilitation (A. Mayes). Part 5 - Methodology. 12. Method and meaning in memory research (M.A. Conway). Commentaries: Faith and scepticism in memory research (R.G. Crowder). Holy war or wholly unnecessary? Some thoughts on the 'conflict' between laboratory studies and everyday memory (A. Baddeley). Author index. Subject index.


Details

No. of pages:
553
Language:
English
Copyright:
© North Holland 1993
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9780080867540
Hardcover ISBN:
9780444889973

About the Editors

G.M. Davies Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Leicester, Leicester, UK

R.H. Logie Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK