The Future of Everyday Memory Research?

Edited by Catherine Loveday, Martin A. Conway

© 2011 – Psychology Press

124 pages

Purchasing Options:
Paperback: 9781848727533
pub: 2011-10-25
US Dollars$79.95

About the Book

First published in 2011. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Hodges, Berry, SenseCam: A Wearable Camera which Stimulates and Rehabilitates Autobiographical Memory. Loveday, Conway, Using SenseCam with an Amnesic Patient: Accessing Inaccessible Everyday Memories. Pauly-Takacs, SenseCam as a Rehabilitation Tool in a Child with Anterograde Amnesia. Browne, SenseCam Improves Memory for Recent Events and Quality of Life in a Patient with Memory Retrieval Difficulties. St-Jacques, Gender Differences in Autobiographical Memory for Everyday Events: Retrieval Elicited by SenseCam Images vs. Verbal Cues. Milton, An fMRI Study of Long-term Everyday Memory Using SenseCam. Brindley, Exploration of Use of SenseCam to Support Autobiographical Memory Retrieval within a Cognitive-Behavioural Therapeutic Intervention. Barnard, Exploring the Basis and Boundary Conditions of SenseCam-facilitated Rehabilitation. Murphy, SenseCam, Imagery and Bias in Memory for Wellbeing. Burke, Passive Imaging Technology in Aphasia Therapy. Doherty, Automatically Assisting Human Memory: A SenseCam Browser.

About the Editors

Dr Catherine Loveday, University of Westminster, UK

Professor Martin A. Conway, University of Leeds, UK

About the Series

Special Issues of Memory

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
PSYCHOLOGY / Neuropsychology