Cognition: Theory and Practice
First EditionRussell Revlin©2013
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Discover how the field of cognitive psychology relates to everyday life as Cognition: Theory and Practice links theory, experimental findings, and ordinary, human activity. Common experiences such as why answering a cell phone while driving is as dangerous as closing your eyes for less than a second, but talking to a passenger for a minute is perfectly safe are explained alongside examples of research related to human neuroscience and brain imaging.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 2. The Brain and Cognition
Chapter 3. Attention
Chapter 4. Pattern Recognition
Chapter 5. Short-Term Memory and Working Memory
Chapter 6. Long-Term Memory
Chapter 7. Knowledge
Chapter 8. Imagery: Special Representation in Memory
Chapter 9. Language: A Cognitive Universal
Chapter 10. Language and Cognitive Processing
Chapter 11. Solving Problems
Chapter 12. Reasoning
Chapter 13. Decision Making