Cognitive psychology is concerned with several mental processes, including those involved in perception, attention, learning, memory, problem solving, decision making and the use of language. Therefore, it is very extensive and of great relevance to other areas of psychology. This new series presents research on the leading edge of cognitive psychology. Contents: Preface; The Structure and Measurements of Self-Concept for University Students; The Dynamics of Classroom and Cognitive Activity of Students; Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-III: WAIS-IIII): 1-, 2-, and 4-Factor Models; Prospective Memory: Why do we Remember to Perform Intended Actions?; Gifted Brain and Twinning: Integrative Review of the Recent Literature; Developing Autobiographical Memory in the Cultural Contexts of Parent-Child Reminiscing; Thought Suppression in Phobia: Success and Strategies; Effects of Training on the Timing of Simple Repetitive Movements; The Influence of Vocal and Instrumental Background Music on the Cognitive Performance of Introverts and Extraverts; Reversal Learning in Concurrent Discriminations in Rats; Index.A literature review of factor analytic studies of the WAIS-R. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 42, 333-342. Mosier, C. I. ... Manual for the Wechsler-Bellevue Intelligence Scale, Form II. ... WAIS-III: Administration and scoring manual. Orlando, FL:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Topics in Cognitive Psychology|
|Author||:||Serge P. Shohov|
|Publisher||:||Nova Publishers - 2003-01-01|