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Human Memory: A Reader
David Shanks (au). What are memories made of? Just how accurate & reliable are they, & what happens when memory is lost? At the same time, what makes us hold on to certain memories? Do we actually have any control over what we do & donít remember? And why is it that people differ in their ability to remember? This volume provides possible answers to all these questions, & more; it contains some of the most important articles on human memory from the last two decades. The readings give a broad reflection of the main issues occupying memory researchers around the world, with an emphasis on theoretical problems. The book is divided into 8 thematic sections, each with an introduction that supplies the context for discussion & suggestions for further reading.
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