The Contribution of Cognitive Psychology to the Study of Individual Cognitive Differences and Intelligence
A Special Issue of the European Journal of Cognitive Psychology
What is intelligence? How can we examine individual differences in intelligence? What does it mean to be very intelligent or dumb? Such questions have always pervaded human thinking, and have been raised during the development of scientific psychology. However, for many years, the practical needs...
Published February 1st 2006 by Psychology Press
Series: Essays in Cognitive Psychology
In this timely and comprehensive text, Cesare Cornoldi and Tomaso Vecchi describe their recently developed experimental approach to the investigation of visuo-spatial cognition, based upon the analysis of individual differences. A review of the most influential theoretical advances in the study of...
Published April 9th 2003 by Psychology Press
This work is a collection of theoretical statements from a broad range of memory researchers. Each chapter was derived from a presentation given at the 2nd International Conference on Memory, held at Abano Termi, Italy, 15th to 19th July 1996. The contributions cover imagery, implicit and explicit...
Published March 22nd 1998 by Psychology Press
Processes and Intervention
Recognizing the characteristics of children with learning disabilities and deciding how to help them is a problem faced by schools all over the world. Although some disorders are fairly easily recognizable (e.g., mental retardation) or very specific to single components of performance and quite...
Published July 31st 1996 by Routledge