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Understanding Autobiographical Memory: Theories and Approaches

Editat de Dorthe Berntsen, David C. Rubin
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Research in the area of autobiographical memory has evolved dramatically over the last decade. This book provides the state of the art in autobiographical memory research as well as attempting a unique theoretical and empirical integration of the field.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780521189330
ISBN-10: 0521189330
Pagini: 381
Ilustrații: 21 b/w illus. 5 tables
Dimensiuni: 151 x 228 x 17 mm
Greutate: 0.59 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Cambridge University Press
Colecția Cambridge University Press
Locul publicării: Cambridge, United Kingdom

Cuprins

1. Introduction Dorthe Berntsen and David C. Rubin; Part I. Approaches to the Study of Autobiographical Memory: 2. The basic systems model of autobiographical memory David C. Rubin; 3. Identity, emotion, and the social matrix of autobiographical memory: a psychoanalytic narrative view Tilmann Habermas; 4. On the nature of autobiographical memory Martin A. Conway and Laura Jobson; 5. Reflections on autobiographical memory Alan Baddeley; Part II. Neural Studies of Autobiographical Memory: 6. The contribution of research on autobiographical memory to past and present theories of memory consolidation Morris Moscovitch; 7. Functional neuroimaging of autobiographical memory Peggy L. St Jacques; Part III. Social and Cultural Aspects of Autobiographical Memory: 8. Of sins and virtues: memory and collective identity William Hirst, Alexandra Cuc and Dana Wohl; 9. Historically defined autobiographical periods: their origins and implications Norman R. Brown, Tia G. B. Hansen, Peter J. Lee, Sarah A. Vanderveen and Fredrick G. Conrad; 10. Directive functions of autobiographical memory: theory and method David B. Pillemer and Kie J. Kuwabara; Part IV. Development of Autobiographical Memory from Infancy to Old Age: 11. The life I once remembered: the waxing and waning of early memories Patricia J. Bauer; 12. Subjective perspective and personal timeline in the development of autobiographical memory Robyn Fivush; 13. Theory and research in autobiographical memory: a life-span developmental perspective Joseph M. Fitzgerald and Carissa L. Broadbridge; Part V. Evolution and Basic Processes of Autobiographical Memory: 14. Evolutionary origins of autobiographical memory: a retrieval hypothesis Merlin Donald; 15. Spontaneous recollections: involuntary autobiographical memories are a basic mode of remembering Dorthe Berntsen; 16. Autobiographical memory and future thinking Arnaud D'Argembeau; Part VI. Discussion: 17. Understanding autobiographical memory: an ecological theory Dorthe Berntsen and David C. Rubin.

Recenzii

'This collection of essays on autobiographical memory is superb, presenting both historical perspectives and cutting-edge research. The volume is essential reading for cognitive psychologists and would make a fine set of readings for a seminar on autobiographical memory.' Henry L. Roediger, III, James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor, Washington University, St Louis
'Autobiographical memory is one of the most important topics in contemporary memory research. Berntsen and Rubin have assembled a group of leading investigators to write state-of-the-art chapters that provide valuable insights into where the field stands and where it is headed. This is an indispensable collection that should be read by anyone interested in the nature of human memory.' Daniel L. Schacter, William R. Kenan, Jr, Professor of Psychology, Harvard University, and author of The Seven Sins of Memory