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International Perspectives On Psychological Science, II: The State of the Art

ISBN 9781138876996
Published July 27, 2016 by Psychology Press

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Book Description

The essays appearing in these two volumes are based on Keynote (Vol. 1) and State-of-the-Art (Vol. 2) Lectures delivered at the XXVth International Congress of Psychology, in Brussels, July 1992. The Brussels Congress was the latest in a series of conferences which are organized at regular intervals under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS), the main international organization in the field of Scientific Psychology. The first of those meetings took place in Paris in 1889. An important function of the International Congresses is to promote communication between different specializations in Psychology. Speakers were therefore asked to present lectures and discussions in their own fields of study, in a way that would be accessible to fellow psychologists active in other fields. State-of-the-Art lecturers were specifically asked to prepare a tutorial review on a topic which, in the view of the Program Committee, had recently given rise to particularly important developments. These contributions are included in Volume Two. Keynote lecturers were left free to address whatever subject they felt was of greatest interest. The chapters in Volume 1 are preceded by the Presidential Address by Mark R. Rosenzweig.

Table of Contents

Volume I: M.R. Rosenzweig, Some Surprising Findings about Memory and its Biological Bases: IUPsyS Presidential Address. D. Broadbent, Descartes, Turing and the Future. J.D. Delius, Comparative Cognition of Identity. J.L. McClelland, The Interaction of Nature and Nurture in Development: A Parallel Distributed Processing Perspective. W.J.M. Levelt, The Skill of Speaking. M.I. Posner, M.K. Rothbart, Attentional Regulation: From Mechanism to Culture. S. Sasanuma, Neuropsychology of Reading: Universal and Language-specific Features of Reading Impairment. S. Scarr, Why Developmental Research Needs Evolutionary Theory: To Ask Interesting Questions. S.E. Taylor, H.A. Wayment, E. Neter, G.M. Woo, The Self in Translation. B.M. Velichkovsky, The Levels Endeavour in Psychology and Cognitive Psychology. Volume II: A.W. Young, Face Recognition. L.A. Cooper, Mental Representation of Visual Objects and Events. E. Bisiach, Perception and Action in Space Representation: Evidence from Unilateral Neglect. H.L. Roediger III, M.J. Guynn, T.C. Jones, Implicit Memory: A Tutorial Review. J.A. Anderson, Associative Computation. J. Segui, Language Perception in Visual and Auditory Modalities: Similarities and Differences. W. Kintsch, Discourse Processing. C.R. Gallistel, Elementary and Complex Units of Behaviour. J.A. Gray, J.D. Sinden, H. Hodges, The Use of Neural Transplants to Restore Cognitive Deficits. A. Öhman, The Psychophysiology of Emotion: Evolutionary and Non-Conscious Origins. R.E. Petty, Two Routes to Persuasion: State-of-the Art. J. Grzelak, Conflict and Cooperation: Motivational Bases. D. Gopher, Analysis and Measurement of Mental Load. B. Wilpert, Participation Research in Organisational Psychology. J. Kuhl, Motivation and Volition. R. Glaser, Learning Theory and Instruction. M.H. Bornstein, Cross-cultural Perspectives on Parenting. R. Ardila, The Developing World and the Science of Psychology: A Mutually Reinforcing Relationship.

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