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Author: Henry L. Roediger,Yadin Dudai,Susan M. Fitzpatrick
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Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (April 26, 2007)
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Science of Memory Concepts by Henry L. Roediger,Yadin Dudai,Susan M. Fitzpatrick



Yadin Dudai, Henry L. Roediger III and Endel Tulving. Susan M. Fitzpatrick James S. McDonnell Foundation, USA John M. Gardiner Department of Psychology, University of Sussex, UK Susan E. Gathercole Department of Psychology, University of York, UK Lynn Hasher Department of Psychology, University of Toronto, Canada Michael E. Hasselmo Department of Psychology, Boston University, USA Alice F. Healy Department of Psychology, University of Colorado at Boulder USA.

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Science of Memory: Concepts will easily move the field toward truly multidisciplinary approaches that are indeed the engines of science. Roediger III is the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor at Washington University in St. Louis.

The book began with a conference where leading practitioners from all these major approaches met to analyze and discuss 16 concepts that are crucial to our understanding of memory.

This book aims to help initiate a new science of memory by bringing these perspectives together to create a unified understanding of the topic. The book began with a conference where leading practitioners from all these. major approaches met to analyze and discuss sixteen concepts crucial to our understanding of memory

Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Yadin Dudai is the Sela Professor of Neurobiology at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel. Fitzpatrick is Vice President of the James S. McDonnell Foundation.

The science of memory engages extensive interlevel analysis (Dudai 1992). In this type of analysis, a major goal is to produce correspondence rules ('trans-lation rules','bridge laws'), which enable shifts from the terminologyof one level of analysis to another, and permit formulation of systematic relationships between findings at one level and those at the other. 5ela Professor of Neurobiologyat the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel and. V K P~resident of the James 5. I. Roediger, Henry L. 11. Dudai, Yadin. 111. Fitzpatrick, Susan . 1956-BF371. S45 2007 15. '2-dc22 2006029621. Typeset in Minion by Cepha Imaging Private Lt. Bangalore, India. Printed in Great Britain on acid-free paper by Ashford Colour Press Lt. Gosport, Hampshire. Henry L Roediger, Yadin Dudai, Susan M Fitzpatrick. Oxford University Press. Zotero Tags: ??, PSYCHOLOGY, neuroscience.

Scientists currently study memory from many different perspectives: neurobiological, ethological, animal conditioning, cognitive, behavioral neuroscience, social, and cultural. The aim of this book is to help initiate a new science of memory by bringing these perspectives together to create a unified understanding of the topic. The book began with a conference where leading practitioners from all these major approaches met to analyze and discuss 16 concepts that are crucial to our understanding of memory. Each of these 16 concepts is addressed in a section of the book, and in the 66 succinct chapters that fill these sections, a leading researcher addresses the section's concept by clearly stating his or her position on it, elucidating how it is used, and discussing how it should be used in future research. For some concepts, there is general agreement among practitioners from different fields and levels of analysis, but for others there is general disagreement and much controversy. A final chapter in each section, also written by a leading researcher, integrates the various viewpoints offered on the section's concept, then draws conclusions about the concept. This groundbreaking volume will be an indispensable reference for all the students and researchers who will build upon the foundation it provides for the new science of memory.