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  • Print publication year: 2012
  • Online publication date: August 2012

6 - Human learning and memory

from Part II - Aspects of cognition

Further reading

Byrne, J. H. (2009). Concise Learning and Memory: The Editor's Selection. San Diego: Academic Press. An edited volume that consists of thorough reviews of many important topics in learning and memory ranging from cognitive psychology down to cellular neuroscience.
Neath, I. and Surprenant, A. M. (2003). Human Memory. Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth. A thorough textbook on the cognitive psychology of memory.
Rosler, F., Ranganath, C., Roder, B., and Roiner, K. (eds.) (2009). Neuroimaging of Human Memory: Linking Cognitive Processes to Neural Systems. New York: Oxford University Press. An edited volume consisting of tutorial reviews on functional imaging of human memory in several domains and more generally about the relationship between neural and cognitive theories of human memory processes.
Tulving, E. and Craik, F. I. (eds.) (2000). Oxford Handbook of Memory. New York: Oxford University Press. Although slightly outdated, this book (edited by two of the most important researchers in the field) provides an extensive overview of the cognitive psychology of memory.

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