Knowledge and Vision, Volume 70, the latest release in the Psychology of Learning and Motivation, features empirical and theoretical contributions in cognitive and experimental psychology, ranging from classical and instrumental conditioning, to complex learning and problem-solving. Topics in this new release include Memorability: How what we see influences what we remember, The impact of prior knowledge on visual memory, Neural dynamics of visual and semantic object processing, Comprehending and developing the meaning of visual narratives, Attention and vision, The role of learning and memory in early visual development, The Information Content of Visual Categories, What do neurons really want?, and more.
- Contains coverage of an unusually broad set of emerging topics in language, spanning comprehension and production and both speech and reading
Wilma A. Bainbridge
2. Scaling up visual attention and visual working memory to the real world
Timothy F. Brady, Viola S. Störmer, Anna Shafer-Skelton, Jamal R. Williams, Angus F. Chapman and Hayden Schill
3. Neural dynamics of visual and semantic object processing
4. Visual narratives and the mind: Comprehension, cognition, and learning
5. How does learning and memory shape perceptual development in infancy?
Lauren L. Emberson
6. The information content of scene categories
Michelle R. Greene
7. What do neurons really want? The role of semantics in cortical representations
8. Past experience and meaning affect object detection: A hierarchical Bayesian approach
Mary A. Peterson