Table of contents for The Oxford handbook of memory / edited by Endel Tulving, Fergus I.M. Craik.


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Contributors


Part I: Study of Memory


1. A Brief History of Memory Research, Gordon H. Bower


2. Concepts of Memory, Endel Tulving


3. Methods of Memory Research, Robert S. Lockhart


4. Contingency Analyses of Memory, Michael J. Kahana


Part II: Memory in the Laboratory


ACTS OF MEMORY


5. Short-Term and Working Memory, Alan Baddeley


6. Encoding and Retrieval of Information, Scott C. Brown and Fergus I. M. Craik


7. Transfer and Expertise, Daniel R. Kimball and Keith J. Holyoak


CONTENTS OF MEMORY


8. Serial Learning: Cognition and Behavior, Robert G. Crowder and Robert L. Greene


9. Remembering Actions and Words, Lars-G"oran Nilsson


10. Distortions of Memory, Henry L. Roediger and Kathleen B. McDermott


REFLECTIONS IN MEMORY


qn 11 Memory Judgments, Douglas L. Hintzman


12. Source Monitoring: Attributing Mental Experiences, Karen J. Mitchell and Marcia K. Johnson


13. Metamemory: Theory and Data, Janet Metcalfe


AWARENESS IN MEMORY


14. Recollection and Familiarity: Process-Dissociation, Colleen M. Kelley and Larry L. Jacoby


15. Remembering and Knowing, John M. Gardiner and Alan Richardson-Klavehn


16. Nonconscious Forms of Human Memory, Jeffrey P. Toth


Part III: Memory in Life


MEMORY IN DEVELOPMENT


17. Memory in Infancy and Early Childhood, Carolyn Rovee-Collier and Harlene Hayne


18. Socialization of Memory, Katherine Nelson and Robyn Fivush


19. Memory and Theory of Mind, Josef Perner


MEMORY IN USE


20. Remembering Life Experience, Ulric Neisser and Lisa K. Libby


21. Control Processes in Remembering, Asher Koriat


22. Long-Term Maintenance of Knowledge, Harry P. Bahrick


23. Remembering Spaces, Barbara Tversky


24. Memory for Emotional Events, Jonathan W. Schooler and Eric Eich


MEMORY IN DECLINE


25. Memory Changes in Healthy Older Adults, David A. Balota, Patrick O. Dolan, and Janet M. Duchek


26. Memory in the Aging Brain, Nicole D. Anderson and Fergus I. M. Craik


27. Selective Memory Disorders, Andrew R. Mayes


28. Memory in the Dementias, John R. Hodges


Part IV: Organization of Memory


NEURAL SUBSTRATES OF MEMORY


29. Neuroanatomy of Memory, Hans J. Markowitsch


30. The Medial Temporal Lobe and the Hippocampus, Stuart M. Zola and Larry R. Squire


31. Brain Imaging of Memory, Lars Nyberg and Roberto Cabeza


32. Event-Related Potential Studies of Memory


33. Psychopharmacological Perspectives on Memory, H. Valerie Curran


THEORIES OF MEMORY


34 The Adaptive Nature of Memory. John R. Anderson and Lael J. Schooler


35. Memory Models, Roger Ratcliff and Gail McKoon


36. Connectionist Models of Memory, James L. McClelland


37. Episodic Memory and Autonoetic Awareness, Mark A. Wheeler


38. Theories of Memory and Consciousness, Morris Moscovitch


39. Memory Systems of 1999, Daniel L. Schacter, Anthony D. Wagner, and Randy L. Buckner


EPILOGUE, L. Weiskrantz


Subject Index


Name Index





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Memory.