This exciting new book for undergraduate courses on human memory, by one of the most famous memory scholars, Douglas Herrmann, is the first text to thoroughly employ the multimodal perspective, and to include chapters on Biological Basis of Memory, Effects of Arousal, Stress and Emotion, and Social Interaction and Memory. The text provides a thorough and fascinating review of the most current theory and research, covering both traditional topics and contemporary findings with a balanced blend of research and applied material. It describes newer memory tests and shows how their performances can sometimes provide a radically different view of what a person is capable of remembering and focuses on the importance of everyday memory tasks and on applied memory problems.
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