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Implicit Memory: Theoretical Issues

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ISBN 10: 0805803580 / ISBN 13: 9780805803587
Published by Psychology Press, 1989
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Title: Implicit Memory: Theoretical Issues

Publisher: Psychology Press

Publication Date: 1989

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st Edition.

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The first to focus exclusively on implicit memory research, this book documents the proceedings of a meeting held in Perth, Australia where leading researchers in the field exchanged ideas, data, and predictions about theoretical issues. In addition to reporting new information on a variety of topics, integrating previous findings, and proposing new theoretical approaches to implicit memory, the book also contains critical commentaries by highly regarded area specialists.

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... an excellent overview of some of the major theoretical issues confronting contemporary memory researchers.
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The contributors are highly regarded theorists and experimentalists in the areas of cognitive psychology and neuropsychology; their chapters give an excellent overview of recent progress in the understanding of the nature of implicit memory.
F.I.M. Craik
University of Toronto

Implicit memory -- improvement in complex cognitive processes without awareness -- has been the 'hot topic' in memory research for the last half a dozen years. This book is the first one exclusively devoted to the burgeoning field. Leading researchers present their findings and ideas in a highly readable and stimulating fashion. The book should be on the desk of every memory researcher; it is also an invaluable source of data and theory in graduate and advanced undergraduate courses.
Endel Tulving
Department ofPsychology, University of Toronto

The present volume makes it evident that memory theory is currently in full flight, prodded from its perch by the growing dissatisfaction with its own narrowness of focus and by the stimulation of its revived links with neuropsychology. One of the most intriguing problems to emerge from this period of flight centers on the phenomenon of implicit memory.
Robert S. Lockhart
University of Toronto, from the Introduction

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