Cognitive Psychology and Its Implications
11 12 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS 6. Human Memory: Encoding and Storage Memory and the Brain Sensory Memory Holds Information Briefly Working Memory Holds the Information Needed to Perform a Task Activation and Long-Term Memory Practice and Memory Strength Facotrs Influencing Memory 2. Perception: Visual Perception in the Brain Visual Perception Pattern Speech recognition Categorical Perception Context and Pattern Recognition 9. Brain Changes with Skill Acquisition: General Characteristics of Skill Acquisition The Nature of Expertise Transfer of Skill Theory of Identical Elements Educational Implications 11. Decision Making: The Brain and Decision Making Probabilistic Judgment Making Decisions Under Uncertainty 01 1. The Science of Cognition: Motivations for Studying Cognitive Pychology The History of Cognitive Psychology Information Processing: The Communicative Neurons Organization of the Brain Methods in Cognitive Neuroscience 02 03 3. Attention and Perfomance: Serial Bottlenecks Auditory Attention Visual Attnetion Central Attention: Selecting Lines of Thought to Pursue 4. Mental Imagery: Verbal Imagery Versus Visual Imagery Visual Imagery 5. Representation of Knowledge: Knowledge and Regions of the Brain Memory for Meaningful Interpretations of the Brain Proportional Representations Embodied Cognition Copceptual Knowledge 7. Human Memory: Retention and Retrieval Are Memories Really Forgotten? The Retentioon Function How Interference Affects Memory Retrieval and Inference Associative Structure and Retriecal The Hippocampal Formation and Amnesia Implicit Versus Explicit Memory Conclusions: The Many Varieties of Memory in the Brain 8. Problem Solving: The Nature of Problem Solving Problem-So;ving Operators Operator Selection Problem Representation Set Effects 10. Reasoning: Reasoning and the Brain Reasoning about Conditionals Deductive Reasoning : Reasoning About Quantifiers Inductive Reasoning and Hypothesis Testing Dual-Process Theories 12. Language Structure: Language and the Brain The Field of Linguistics Synctactic Formalisms What is So Special About Human Language? The Relation Between Language and Thought Language Acquisition 13. Language Comprehension: Brain and Language Comprehension Parsing Utilization Text Processing Situation Models 14. Individual Differences in Cognition Cognitive Development Psychometric Studies of Cognition Implications Conclusions
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