Seminar Gedächtnispsychologie

S 12654                                                                          Annette Kinder

Rost- / Silberlaube
Habelschwerdter Allee 45


Fr, 20.6., 10.00-16.00
Sa, 21.6., 10.00-18.00
Fr, 11.7., 10.00-18.00
Sa, 12.7., 10.00-18.00


Liebe Teilnehmer des Blockseminars 'Gedächtnispsychologie',

im Folgenden finden sie die für das Seminar relevanten Literaturhinweise und die entsprechenden Artikel als  pdf-Dokumente. Alle Artikel sind passwortgeschützt. Das Passwort erhalten sie im Seminar und/oder direkt bei Frau Kinder (kinder #at#


Relevante Literatur:

Buch: Alan Baddeley (2004) Your Memory: A User's Guide. Carlton Books: London

fulltext (170mb)  
Kapitel 1: What is memory Kapitel 8: Storing knowledge
Kapitel 2: Short-term memory Kapitel 9: Retrieval
Kapitel 3: Working memory Kapitel10: Eyewitness testimony
Kapitel 4: Learning Kapitel11: Amnesia
Kapitel 5: Organizing and remembering Kapitel12: Memory in childhood
Kapitel 6: Forgetting Kapitel13: Memory and aging
Kapitel 7: Repression Kapitel 14: Improving your memory


weiterführende Literatur:

-Anderson, M, Levy, BJ (2002). Repression can (and should) be studied empirically. Trends in Cognitive Science, 6, 502-503.

-Baars, BJ, Franklin, S (2003). How conscious experience and working memory interact.  Trends in Cognitive Science, 7, 166–172.

-Gathercole, SE (1999). Cognitive approaches to the development of short-term memory. Trends in Cognitive Science, 3, 410-418.

-Levy, BJ, Anderson, MC (2002). Inhibitory processes and the control of memory retrieval. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 6, 299-305.

-Rahhal, TA, Hasher, L, Colcombe, SJ (2001 ) Instructional manipulations and age differences in memory: Now you see them, now you don't. Psychology and Aging. 16 (4) 697-706.

-Rugg MD, Wilding EL (2000). Retrieval processing and episodic memory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 4(3), 108-115.

-Squire, L. R. (1992). Declarative and Nondeclarative Memory: Multiple Brain Systems Supporting Learning and Memory. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 4, 232-243.

-Tyler, LK, Moss, HE (2001). Towards a distributed account of conceptual knowledge. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5(6), 244-252.

-Yonelinas, AP (1994). Receiver operating characteristics in recognition memory: Evidence for a dual process model. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 20 (6), 1341-1354.

-Yonelinas AP & Levy BJ (2002). Dissociating familiarity from recollection in human recognition memory: Differences of forgetting over short retention intervals. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 9 (3), 575-582.