eBook The SAGE Handbook of Applied Memory, 1st Edition

  • Timothy J. Perfect
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1446296989
  • ISBN-13: 9781446296981
  • DDC: 153.12
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 752 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released October 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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The SAGE Handbook of Applied Memory is the first of its kind to focus specifically on this vibrant and progressive field. It offers a broad and comprehensive coverage of recent theoretical and empirical research advances in the psychology of memory as they apply to a range of applied issues, and offers advanced students and researchers the opportunity to survey the literature in the psychology of memory across a range of applied domains. Arranged into four sections: Everyday Memory; Social and Individual Differences in Memory; Subjective Experience of Memory; and Eyewitness Memory, this handbook provides a comprehensive summary and evaluation of scientific memory research as well as theory in a broad range of applied topics including those in cognitive, forensic and experimental psychology. Brought together by world-leading scholars from across the globe, The SAGE Handbook of Applied Memory will be of great interest to all advanced students and academics with an interest in all aspects of applied memory.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Notes on Editors and Contributors.
1: Everyday Memory.
2: Memory for People: Integration of Face, Voice, Name, and Biographical Information.
3: Memory for Pictures and Actions.
4: Prospective Memory and Aging: When it Becomes Difficult and What You Can Do about it.
5: Memory Source Monitoring Applied.
6: Spatial Memory: From Theory to Application.
7: Working Memory Beyond the Laboratory.
8: False Memory.
9: Forgetting.
10: Memory and Emotion.
11: Effects of Environmental Context on Human Memory.
12: The Testing Effect.
13: Breakdowns in Everyday Memory Functioning Following Moderate-to-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
14: Social and Individual Differences in Memory.
15: Sociocultural and Functional Approaches to Autobiographical Memory.
16: What Everyone Knows about Aging and Remembering Ain’t Necessarily So.
17: The Effects of Self-Reference on Memory: A Conceptual and Methodological Review of Inferences Warranted by the Self-Reference Effect.
18: Putting the Social Back Into Human Memory.
19: When I Think of You: Memory for Persons and Groups.
20: Memory, Attitudes, and Persuasion.
21: Consumer Memory Dynamics: Effects of Branding and Advertising on Formation, Stability, and Use of Consumer Memory.
22: What Do Lay People Believe about Memory?.
23: Autobiographical Memory Dynamics in Survey Research.
24: Individual Differences in Remembering.
25: Experts’ Superior Memory: From Accumulation of Chunks to Building Memory Skills that Mediate Improved Performance and Learning.
26: Subjective Experience of Memory.
27: Memory Complaints in Adulthood and Old Age.
28: Understanding People’s Metacognitive Judgments: An Isomechanism Framework and Its Implications for Applied and Theoretical Research.
29: Metacognitive Control of Study.
30: Metacognitive Control of Memory Reporting.
31: Involuntary Autobiographical Memories in Daily Life and in Clinical Disorders.
32: Epistemic Feelings and Memory.
33: Eyewitness Memory.
34: Eyewitness Recall: An Overview of Estimator-Based Research.
35: Interviewing Witnesses.
36: Estimating the Reliability of Eyewitness Identification.
37: System-Based Research on Eyewitness Identification.
38: Social Influences on Eyewitness Memory.
39: Young Children’s Eyewitness Memory.
40: The Older Eyewitness.
41: Eliciting Verbal and Nonverbal Cues to Deceit by Outsmarting the Liars.
Name Index.
Subject Index.