Table of contents for Handbook of cognition / edited by Koen Lamberts and Robert L. Goldstone.


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PART ONE: PERCEPTION, ATTENTION AND ACTION
Visual Perception I - Johan Wagemans, Felix A Wichmann and Hans Op de Beeck
Basic Principles
Visual Perception II - William G Hayward, Michael J Tarr
High-Level Vision
Auditory Perception - Christopher J Plack
Attention - Claus Bundesen and Thomas Habekost
Action and Motor Skills - Yvonne Delevoye-Turrell and Alan M Wing
Adaptive Behaviour for Intended Goals
PART TWO: LEARNING AND MEMORY
Theories of Learning - Michael E Young and Edward A Wasserman
Category Learning - John K Kruschke
Implicit Learning - David R Shanks
Mechanisms of Memory - Ian Neath and Aimée M Surprenant
PART THREE: LANGUAGE
Language Comprehension - Alan Garnham
Speech Perception - James M McQueen
Reading - Alexander Pollatsek and Keith Rayner
PART FOUR: REASONING AND DECISION MAKING
Reasoning - Nick Chater, Evan Heit and Mike Oaksford
Judgment and Decision Making - Craig R M McKenzie
Cognitive Neuropsychology
The Cognitive Neuropsychology of Object Recognition and Action - Glyn W Humphreys and M Jane Riddoch
Cognitive Neuropsychology of Learning and Memory - Barbara J Knowlton
The Cognitive Neuropsychology of Language - Randi C Martin and Denise H Wu
PART FIVE: MODELLING COGNITION
Mathematical Modelling of Cognition - Koen Lamberts
Model Evaluation, Testing and Selection - In J Myung, Mark A Pitt and Woojae Kim



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Cognitive psychology.
Cognition.
Research.