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This book is the first to incorporate neuroscience seamlessly into the study of cognitive psychology. The study of cognition has progressed enormously over the past decade, but no currently available book summarizes and makes accessible the key findings and theories. This book takes a fresh look at the field, and presents it as it actually is today. By integrating findings about the brain into the usual fare for this topic, it provides the foundation for readers to study current research in the field.How the Brain Gives Rise to the Mind; Perception; Attention; Representation and Knowledge in Long-Term Memory; Encoding and Retrieval from Long-Term Memory; Working Memory; Executive Processes; Emotion and Cognition; Decision Making; Problem Solving and Reasoning; Planning and Motor Cognition; and Language.For those practicing in the field of cognitive psychology.
It came fairly quickly but my teacher didn't really use/follow it at all so I really didn't need it. I think I opened it all of once so...yeah kinda useless for me. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bonnie Dreeke
this book is filled with all sorts of information that is vital to understanding the how and why of perception...illusion...memory, and so much more.Published 17 months ago by Michelle
Excellent. I bought this book at the school book store for $144.00. I saved almost $90.00 by purchasing from Amazon. In the future, I will be going in this direction. Read morePublished on September 25, 2013 by Lori A. Jones