Originally published in 1902, this title was discovered as a manuscript after the author’s death and was published 4 years later. David Kay published articles on various subjects and was one of the sub-editors on the eighth edition of Encyclopaedia Britannica. After writing an article on mnemonics he became very interested in the subject of memory. He had already published a title in 1888, Memory: What It Is, and How to Improve It, and this volume was intended to build on that discussion. A great opportunity to read one of the early discussions on human memory.
Table of Contents
1. The Memory: What It Is 2. The Seat of the Memory: The Senses 3. The First Great Principle of Memory (Retention) Depending upon Attention and Repetition 4. The Second Great Principle of Memory (Recollection) Depending on Association of Ideas 5. How the Memory is to be Trained: Mnemonics (Defects of); The True System
About the Series
Memory is one of the core areas of academic research in cognitive psychology. Psychology Library Editions: Memory brings together a series of previously out-of-print titles, available as a 27-volume set or as individual volumes. The authors come from diverse backgrounds and many of them are now leading experts in their fields. The majority of titles were originally published in the 1970s and 1980s and reflect early research in a number of key areas. The volumes cover topics such as memory development in children; memory and aging; memory and thinking; memory and language; working memory; and memory disorders, to name but a few. This is a great opportunity to obtain a valuable resource tracing the development of a major field of psychology.
BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
- PSYCHOLOGY / Cognitive Psychology