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Cognition Theories And Applications

Author : Stephen Reed
ISBN : 9781111834548
Genre : Psychology
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Dr. Stephen Reed’s Ninth Edition of COGNITION: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS focuses on the theories that underlie cognitive phenomena as well as empirical data that establishes a traditional, information processing approach to cognitive psychology. This structure allows undergraduates to discover the direct relevance of cognitive psychology to many of their daily activities. The text incorporates unparalleled scholarship in a distinctive clear voice that allows for the emphasis of both contemporary and classical research through real-life examples and experiments. Revised and updated throughout to maintain a high degree of currency and accuracy, content reflects the ever-evolving field and is made relevant to students’ lives through the inclusion of popular articles from well-known magazines and newspapers. As a result of its adherence to three criteria--the material must make an important contribution to cognitive psychology, be accessible, and be both understandable and interesting--the text is an invaluable tool in learning cognitive psychology. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Cognition

Author : Margaret W. Matlin
ISBN : NWU:35556038271870
Genre : Psychology
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This text's success has come in large part from its up-to-date coverage of important research and theories and offers the latest and most comprehensive overview of cognition on the market today. Recent developments in perception, imagery, problem solving, and creativity are highlighted along with advances in such areas as memory and language and expanded theoretical approaches.

Cognition Of The Literary Work Of Art

Author : Roman Ingarden
ISBN : 0810105993
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Learning And Cognition In The Mentally Retarded

Author : Penelope H. Brooks
ISBN : 0898593743
Genre : Psychology
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First published in 1984. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Cognition In The Wild

Author : Edwin Hutchins
ISBN : 0262082314
Genre : Psychology
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Hutchins examines a set of phenomena that have fallen between the established disciplines of psychology and anthropology, bringing to light a new set of relationships between culture and cognition. The standard view is that culture affects the cognition of individuals. Hutchins argues instead that cultural activity systems have cognitive properties of their own that differ from the cognitive properties of the individuals who participate in them. Each action for bringing a large naval vessel into port, for example, is informed by culture; thus the navigation team can be seen as a cognitive and computational system

Cognition In Practice

Author : Jean Lave
ISBN : 0521357349
Genre : Mathematics
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In this innovative study, Jean Lave moves the analysis of one particular form of cognitive activity--arithmetic problem-solving--out of the laboratory and into the domain of everyday life. In so doing, she shows how mathematics in the "real world", such as that entailed in grocery shopping or dieting, is, like all thinking, shaped by the dynamic encounter between the culturally-endowed mind and its total context, a subtle interaction that shapes both the human subject and the world within which it acts.

Cognition

Author : John C. Jahnke
ISBN : 0131402862
Genre : Psychology
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Topics covered in this text on cognition include: repressed and false memory; second-language learning; group decision making; perception without awareness; and self-awareness. It includes chapters on social and animal cognition.

Comprehension

Author : Walter Kintsch
ISBN : 0521629861
Genre : Psychology
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In this landmark volume, Walter Kintsch presents a theory of human text comprehension that he has refined and developed over the past 20 years.

Cognition 9th Edition

Author : Margaret W. Matlin
ISBN : 9781119177753
Genre : Psychology
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Margaret Matlin and new co-author Thomas Farmer’s Cognition demonstrate how cognitive processes are relevant to everyday, real-world experiences, and frequently examines how cognition can be applied to other disciplines such as clinical psychology, social psychology, consumer psychology, education, communication, business, medicine, and law. The 9th edition continues to relate cognitive topics to applications in everyday life. This edition is fully updated with research and additional anecdotes. It also includes more research on neuroscience.

A Functional Theory Of Cognition

Author : Norman H. Anderson
ISBN : 0805822445
Genre : Psychology
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A unified, general theory of functional cognition is presented in this book. Its generality appears in the titles of the 13 chapters listed below. Its unity appears in the effectiveness of the same methods and concepts across all of these areas. Generality and unity both stem from the foundation axiom of purposiveness. The axiom of purposiveness has been made effective through capability for functional measurement of values, which embody the goal-directed character of purposiveness. This measurement capability is based on the general cognitive algebra established in information integration theory. Functional theory can thus be made precise and effective near the level of everyday phenomenology. The book is written at a relatively simple level, directed at readers in every field of psychology. Among its characteristics are: * self-sufficient theory near the level of everyday phenomenology; * foundation on structure of the internal world; and * solid grounding in experimental analysis.

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