The first book-length collection of papers presented at a Flowerree Symposium, this volume provides an in-depth analysis of a variety of the newest and most critical empirical and theoretical issues in the study of human cognition. These include models of human category learning, models of memory, implicit memory and knowledge, dynamic decision behavior, effects of test and item presentation methods, visual inputs, and contexts. An essential reference for professionals and ideal for use as a textbook by both advanced undergraduate and graduate students.
Table of Contents
Contents: C. Izawa, Introduction to the Flowerree Symposium on Cognition. W.K. Estes, Early and Late Memory Processing in Models for Category Learning. R.M. Shiffrin, K. Murnane, S. Gronlund, M. Roth, On Units of Storage and Retrieval. B.B. Murdock, Jr., Learning in a Distributed Memory Model. J.T. Townsend, J.R. Busemeyer, Approach-Avoidance: Return to Dynamic Decision Behavior. J.G. Snodgrass, How Many Memory Systems Are There Really?: Some Evidence from the Picture Fragment Completion Task. H.L. Roediger, III, B.H. Challis, Hypermnesia: Improvements in Recall with Repeated Testing. C. Izawa, Similarities and Differences Between Anticipation and Study-Test Item Information Presentation Methods. C. Izawa, A Test of the Identity Model: Encoding Processes Differ Little Between Anticipation and Study-Test Methods. C. Izawa, R.G. Hayden, Comparisons of Visual and Auditory Information Processing Under Two Item Information Presentation Methods. C. Izawa, D.J. Patterson, Effects of the Item Presentation Method and Tests on Distance and Location Motor Learning. R.A. Bjork, A. Richardson-Klavehn, On the Puzzling Relationship Between Environmental Context and Human Memory. R.L. Solso, Prototypes, Schemata and the Form of Human Knowledge: The Cognition of Abstraction. D.L. Nelson, Implicitly Activated Knowledge and Memory. J. Theios, P.C. Amrhein, The Role of Spatial Frequency and Visual Details in the Recognition of Patterns and Words.