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Understanding Cognition. Edition No. 1. Basic Psychology

  • ID: 2248398
  • Book
  • December 1995
  • 420 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Understanding Cognition provides a lively, accessible and thorough introduction to this exciting and rapidly developing brannch of psychology. It is intended primarily for first year undergraduates, and for pre-degree students who seek a deeper appreciation of contemporary cognitive psychology. The book is divided into three sections, which cover: the major structures, processing systems and mental operations involved in memory, perception, attention, skills and language; cognition in action; and approaches to modelling cognition, including cognitive neuropsychology and connectionist approaches. Learning is supported throughout through the inclusion of reading lists, discussion questions, activities and case studies.
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Preface and Acknowledgements.

1. Introduction.

Part I: Elements of Cognition:.

2. Memory.

3. Vision.

4. Language.

5. Attention.

6. Skill.

Part II: Using Cognition:.

7. Remembering.

8. Planning and Acting.

9. Reading.

10. Problem Solving and Decision Making.

Part III: Modelling Cognition:.

11. Artificial Intelligence.

12. Cognitive Neuropsychology.

13. Connectionism.



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Peter J. Hampson University College Cork.

Peter E. Morris University of Lancaster, UK.
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