The organization of this textbook follows an information processing sequence that starts with the perception of signals by the sensory/brain system to higher order processes such as memory, language, and thinking. The sixth edition removes some out of date studies, and adds recent findings in neurocognitive imaging technology. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Key Benefit: The writer of this book continues to do what made the first four editions remain the most comprehensive book in the area of cognition. Readers will understand the main thrust of the book because of the historical perspective and the writing style. Key Topics: This new edition still retains its strengths that made it popular: it's well written with a humorous touch, but explores the critical issues in cognitive psychology through historical context as well as up-to-date research. It has more coverage of artificial intelligence than other books and contains a new focus on technology in the discipline and a new chapter on consciousness. Market: New clinical psychologists looking for a quick, yet comprehensive reference.About the Author:
Robert L. Solso is Professor and Head of the Cognitive Laboratory at the University of Nevada, Reno.
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