The Resource Attributes of memory, Peter Herriot, (electronic resource)

Attributes of memory, Peter Herriot, (electronic resource)

Label
Attributes of memory
Title
Attributes of memory
Statement of responsibility
Peter Herriot
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NhCcYBP
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Herriot, Peter
Dewey number
153.1/2
Index
index present
LC call number
BF371
LC item number
.H47 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Ebooks Corporation
Series statement
Psychology revivals
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Memory
Label
Attributes of memory, Peter Herriot, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.umanitoba.eblib.com/EBLWeb/patron/?target=patron&extendedid=P_1542825_0
Instantiates
Publication
Note
2. Comprehension of sentences
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; Original Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; 1.Introduction; 1. Experimental psychology of memory; 1. Experimental and 'natural' memory; 2. Pre-theoretical assumptions; 2. The human computer; 1. Structure and process; 2. Short- and long-term stores; 3. Storage and retrieval; 3. Coding; 1. Reduction and elaboration coding; 2. Multiple attributes and coding variability; 3. Episodic and semantic memory; 4. Levels of coding; 4. Organization and control processes; 1. Association; 2. Organization
  • 3. Subjective and imposed organization4. Organization and amount recalled; 5. Control processes, retrieval plans and rules; 5. Summary; 2.Surface forms of coding; 1. Sensory registration; 1. The partial report technique; 2. The suffix technique; 3. Sensory registration and coding; 2. Visual matching and coding; 1. Levels of abstraction; 2. Physical identity matching; 3. Specific visual coding; 4. Abstract visual coding; 5. The independence of visual and name codes; 3. Acoustic and articulatory coding; 1. Acoustic confusions; 2. Articulatory versus acoustic coding
  • 3. Acoustic coding to facilitate recall4. The modality effect; 1. Auditory superiority; 2. Explanations of the modality effect; 5. Coding derived from the experimental episode; 1. Modality of presentation; 2. Order; 3. Time; 4. Frequency; 5. Conclusions; 3.Deeper forms of coding; 1. Aspects of meaning; 1. Natural language mediators; 2. Connotative features; 3. Denotative features; 2. Linguistic structure; 1. The nature of language; 2. Surface grammatical structure; 3. Deep grammatical structure; 4. Reconstruction; 3. Imagery; 1. Evidence of its use; 2. Explanations of its effectiveness
  • 4. Reductive coding1. Stimulus selection; 2. Hierarchical coding; 5. Summary; 4.Conditions of coding; 1. Conscious and automatic coding; 1. Multiplicity of coding; 2. The conscious-automatic distinction; 3. Evidence for the distinction; 2. Levels of coding; 1. Time constraints; 2. Degree and direction of attention; 3. Depth of coding and performance -- the evidence; 4. Depth of coding and performance -- the explanation; 3. Coding specificity and variability; 1. The encoding specificity hypothesis; 2. Coding variability; 3. Evidence for coding variability; 4. Summary; 5.Organizational coding
  • 1. Introduction1. Multiple items; 2. Two traditions; 2. The reductive tradition; 1. The strong hypothesis; 2. Organization at retrieval; 3. Coding and amount recalled; 3. The elaborative tradition; 1. Order effects; 2. Transfer; 4. Organization and association; 1. Association; 2. Organization; 3. Overlapping attributes; 4. Implications; 5. Summary; 6.Semantic memory; 1. Overlapping attributes; 1. The concept of semantic memory; 2. Method of comparisons; 3. Method of incomplete definitions; 4. Method of free association; 2. Rules for combining attributes; 1. Perception of sentences
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781135984533
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(NhCcYBP)99956741882
Label
Attributes of memory, Peter Herriot, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.umanitoba.eblib.com/EBLWeb/patron/?target=patron&extendedid=P_1542825_0
Publication
Note
2. Comprehension of sentences
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; Original Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; 1.Introduction; 1. Experimental psychology of memory; 1. Experimental and 'natural' memory; 2. Pre-theoretical assumptions; 2. The human computer; 1. Structure and process; 2. Short- and long-term stores; 3. Storage and retrieval; 3. Coding; 1. Reduction and elaboration coding; 2. Multiple attributes and coding variability; 3. Episodic and semantic memory; 4. Levels of coding; 4. Organization and control processes; 1. Association; 2. Organization
  • 3. Subjective and imposed organization4. Organization and amount recalled; 5. Control processes, retrieval plans and rules; 5. Summary; 2.Surface forms of coding; 1. Sensory registration; 1. The partial report technique; 2. The suffix technique; 3. Sensory registration and coding; 2. Visual matching and coding; 1. Levels of abstraction; 2. Physical identity matching; 3. Specific visual coding; 4. Abstract visual coding; 5. The independence of visual and name codes; 3. Acoustic and articulatory coding; 1. Acoustic confusions; 2. Articulatory versus acoustic coding
  • 3. Acoustic coding to facilitate recall4. The modality effect; 1. Auditory superiority; 2. Explanations of the modality effect; 5. Coding derived from the experimental episode; 1. Modality of presentation; 2. Order; 3. Time; 4. Frequency; 5. Conclusions; 3.Deeper forms of coding; 1. Aspects of meaning; 1. Natural language mediators; 2. Connotative features; 3. Denotative features; 2. Linguistic structure; 1. The nature of language; 2. Surface grammatical structure; 3. Deep grammatical structure; 4. Reconstruction; 3. Imagery; 1. Evidence of its use; 2. Explanations of its effectiveness
  • 4. Reductive coding1. Stimulus selection; 2. Hierarchical coding; 5. Summary; 4.Conditions of coding; 1. Conscious and automatic coding; 1. Multiplicity of coding; 2. The conscious-automatic distinction; 3. Evidence for the distinction; 2. Levels of coding; 1. Time constraints; 2. Degree and direction of attention; 3. Depth of coding and performance -- the evidence; 4. Depth of coding and performance -- the explanation; 3. Coding specificity and variability; 1. The encoding specificity hypothesis; 2. Coding variability; 3. Evidence for coding variability; 4. Summary; 5.Organizational coding
  • 1. Introduction1. Multiple items; 2. Two traditions; 2. The reductive tradition; 1. The strong hypothesis; 2. Organization at retrieval; 3. Coding and amount recalled; 3. The elaborative tradition; 1. Order effects; 2. Transfer; 4. Organization and association; 1. Association; 2. Organization; 3. Overlapping attributes; 4. Implications; 5. Summary; 6.Semantic memory; 1. Overlapping attributes; 1. The concept of semantic memory; 2. Method of comparisons; 3. Method of incomplete definitions; 4. Method of free association; 2. Rules for combining attributes; 1. Perception of sentences
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781135984533
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(NhCcYBP)99956741882

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