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The textbook engages students in the scientific process through its integrated treatment of research methods and strong coverage of key experiments. The companion Cognition Workbook contains essays, activities, and demonstrations that focus on the real-world applications of cognitive psychology. The ZAPS Online Labs invite students to experience psychological phenomena and classical experiments in a vivid and engaging environment.
Table of Contents
|The Foundations of Cognitive Psychology|
|The Science of the Mind|
|The Neural Basis for Cognition|
|Learning about the World Around Us|
|Recognizing Objects in the World|
|The Acquisition of Memories and the Working-Memory System|
|Interconnections between Acquisition and Retrieval|
|Remembering Complex Events|
|Associative Theories of Long-Term Memory|
|Conceptions and Generic Knowledge|
|Judgment: Drawing Conclusions from Evidence|
|Reasoning: Thinking through the Implications of What You Know|
|Conscious Thought, Unconscious Thought|
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