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Memory 101 (Psych 101) James Michael Lampinen

Memory 101 (Psych 101)

James Michael Lampinen

Published December 15th 2014
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Kindle Edition
312 pages
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This highly readable foundational text for undergraduates provides an overview of the major theories and research on human memory. Grounded in the premise that all psychological processes depend on memory, and that memory is shaped by how people useMoreThis highly readable foundational text for undergraduates provides an overview of the major theories and research on human memory. Grounded in the premise that all psychological processes depend on memory, and that memory is shaped by how people use it, the authors look at the brain-based memory process and discuss the major theories that have been developed to explain how memory functions.The book examines memory in everyday life-issues such as memorizing facts, when to perform tasks, and remembering lifes events-and addresses such intriguing and controversial topics as repressed and recovered memories, using memory in legal testimony, cases of amnesia, and cases of super-memory. It also describes the effects of remembering traumatic events and explores the myths and realities surrounding memory loss. This text, presented in a manner that is scientifically sound yet entertaining, will serve as a valuable, concise introduction for undergraduate students.Key Features:Provides a concise, easy-to-read, yet scientifically based survey of theory and current research on memory for undergraduate studentsBased on the concept that memory is foundational to all psychological processes and human experienceIncludes the most up-to-date research on memory including findings from neuroscienceCovers controversial topics including repressed and recovered memories, memory in legal testimony, amnesia, and cases of super-memory