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Table of Contents Contributors Series Foreword Preface Acknowledgments Part I. Introduction 1. The Concept of Inhibition in Cognition Colin M. MacLeod Part II. Attention and Performance 2. Inhibition of Task Sets Ulrich Mayr 3. Adventures in Inhibition: Plausibly, But Not Certifiably, Inhibitory Processes Dale Dagenbach, Thomas H. Carr, David Menzer, Peter J. Duquette, Holly M. Chalk, Melinda Rupard, and Robert S. E. Hurley 4. Mechanisms of Transfer-Inappropriate Processing W. Trammell Neill Part III. Memory and Language 5. Theoretical Issues in Inhibition: Insights From Research on Human Memory Michael C. Anderson and Benjamin J. Levy 6. Saying No to Inhibition: The Encoding and Use of Words David S. Gorfein and Vincent R. Brown 7. Working Memory Capacity and Inhibition: Cognitive and Social Consequences Thomas S. Redick, Richard P. Heitz, and Randall W. Engle Part IV. Development and Aging 8. Inhibitory Deficit Theory: Recent Developments in a ¿New View¿ Cindy Lustig, Lynn Hasher, and Rose Zacks 9. Aging and Inhibition Deficits: Where Are the Effects? Deborah M. Burke and Gabrielle Osborne 10. Interference Processes in Fuzzy-Trace Theory: Aging, Alzheimer¿s Disease, and Development Valerie F. Reyna and Britain A. Mills Part V. Pathology and Psychopathology 11. Inhibition, Facilitation, and Attentional Control in Dementia of the Alzheimer¿s Type: The Role of Unifying Principles in Cognitive Theory Development Mark Faust and David A. Balota 12. Semantic Short-Term Memory Deficits and Resolution of Interference: A Case for Inhibition? A. Cris Hamilton and Randi C. Martin 13. Concepts of Inhibition and Developmental Psychopathology Joel T. Nigg, Laurie Carr, Michelle Martel, and John M. Henderson Part VI. Network Models 14. Uses (and Abuses?) of Inhibition in Network Models Daniel S. Levine and Vincent R. Brown Part VII. Summary and Overview 15. Is It Time to Inhibit Inhibition? Lessons From a Decade of Research on the Place of Inhibitory Processes in Cognition Thomas H. Carr Author Index Subject Index About the Editors
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