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  1. Motivation and Emotion

    By Phil Evans

    The author explores various theoretical perspectives on what it is to be a human being, the feelings and emotions that determine a range of behaviour from those with specifically biological links to more complex human concerns....

    Published November 30th 1988 by Routledge

  2. Memory Improved

    Reading and Memory Enhancement Across the Life Span Through Strategic Text Structures

    By Bonnie J.F. Meyer, Carole J. Young, Brendan J. Bartlett

    This unique text presents a systematic study of a proven method for increasing the memory and reading comprehension of older adults by using a program based on discourse processing. The program facilitates the encoding and retrieval of information through a reading strategy plan utilizing top-level...

    Published November 30th 1988 by Psychology Press

  3. The Pragmatic Basis of Aphasia

    A Neurolinguistic Study of Morphosyntax Among Bilinguals

    Edited by Marc L. Schnitzer

    Series: Neuropsychology and Neurolinguistics Series

    This language study's primary purpose is to use aphasic performance to understand language, rather than to use linguistic analysis to understand aphasia. Examining the detailed nature of linguistic performance of bilingual aphasics in a variety of "natural" and metalinguistic tasks, the book...

    Published November 30th 1988 by Psychology Press

  4. Studying the Novice Programmer

    Edited by E. Soloway, J. C. Spohrer

    Series: Interacting with Computers Series

    Parallel to the growth of computer usage in society is the growth of programming instruction in schools. This informative volume unites a wide range of perspectives on the study of novice programmers that will not only inform readers of empirical findings, but will also provide insights into how...

    Published October 31st 1988 by Psychology Press

  5. Behaviorism, Neobehaviorism, and Cognitivism in Learning Theory

    Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

    By Abram Amsel

    Series: Distinguished Lecture Series

    Behaviorism, Neobehaviorism, and Cognitivism in Learning Theory presents the insights and opinions of Abram Amsel -- a comprehensive viewpoint that encompasses more than 40 years of research work and theorizing -- on the "cognitive revolution" in psychology and the behavioral sciences as it...

    Published October 31st 1988 by Psychology Press

  6. Teaching and Learning Computer Programming

    Multiple Research Perspectives

    Edited by Richard E. Mayer

    The influx of computer technology into classrooms during the past decade raises the questions -- how can we teach children to use computers productively and what effect will learning to program computers have on them? During this same period, researchers have investigated novice learning of...

    Published September 30th 1988 by Routledge

  7. The Nature of Expertise

    Edited by Michelene T.H. Chi, Robert Glaser, Marshall J. Farr

    Due largely to developments made in artificial intelligence and cognitive psychology during the past two decades, expertise has become an important subject for scholarly investigations. The Nature of Expertise displays the variety of domains and human activities to which the study of expertise has...

    Published September 30th 1988 by Psychology Press

  8. Technology in Education

    Looking Toward 2020

    Edited by Raymond S. Nickerson, Philip P. Zodhiates

    Series: Technology and Education Series

    Some of today's educational experts were asked to envision the year 2020, when technology has assumed a major role in elementary and secondary education. The informed conjecture that followed is contained in this volume; contributors offer visions of the future as well as specific steps that could...

    Published August 31st 1988 by Routledge

  9. Generating Natural Language Under Pragmatic Constraints

    By Eduard H. Hovy

    Recognizing that the generation of natural language is a goal- driven process, where many of the goals are pragmatic (i.e., interpersonal and situational) in nature, this book provides an overview of the role of pragmatics in language generation. Each chapter states a problem that arises in...

    Published June 30th 1988 by Psychology Press

  10. A Dual Model of Impression Formation

    Advances in Social Cognition, Volume I

    Edited by Robert S. Wyer, Jr., Thomas K. Srull

    Series: Advances in Social Cognition Series

    This volume presents different perspectives on a dual model of impression formation -- a theory about how people form impressions about other people by combining information about a person with prior knowledge found in long-term memory. This information is of real importance to graduate students...

    Published June 30th 1988 by Psychology Press