Download e-book for iPad: Handbook of Applied Cognition, Second Edition by Elizabeth Ligon Bjork, Robert A. Bjork
By Elizabeth Ligon Bjork, Robert A. Bjork
Written by way of a workforce of top foreign researchers below the counsel of Frank Durso, the second one variation of the Handbook of utilized Cognition brings jointly the most recent learn into this tough and demanding box, and is gifted throughout thirty stimulating and available chapters. Stewarded by means of reports editors from around the world, the instruction manual has been absolutely up-to-date with 11 new chapters protecting fabrics that target the subjects severe to figuring out human psychological services in complicated environments. it's a necessary single-source reference for researchers, cognitive engineers and utilized cognitive psychologists, in addition to complicated scholars within the flourishing box of utilized cognition.Content:
Chapter 1 utilized Cognitive Psychology within the Context of daily residing (pages 1–27): Wendy A. Rogers, Richard Pak and Arthur D. Fisk
Chapter 2 recognition (pages 29–54): David L. Strayer and Frank A. Drews
Chapter three operating reminiscence (pages 55–82): Aysecan Boduroglu, Meredith Minear and Priti Shah
Chapter four wisdom and services (pages 83–109): Stephan Lewandowsky, Daniel Little and Michael L. Kalish
Chapter five Episodic reminiscence (pages 111–136): Scott D. Gronlund, Curt A. Carlson and Debra Tower
Chapter 6 Metamemory (pages 137–161): John Dunlosky, Michael J. Serra and Julie M. C. Baker
Chapter 7 Comprehension and state of affairs wisdom (pages 163–193): Francis T. Durso, Katherine A. Rawson and Sara Girotto
Chapter eight Decision?Making (pages 195–217): Winston R. Sieck and Gary Klein
Chapter nine Human errors: Trick or deal with? (pages 219–238): Erik Hollnagel
Chapter 10 group Cognition (pages 239–268): Nancy J. Cooke, Jamie C. Gorman and Jennifer L. Winner
Chapter eleven commercial platforms (pages 269–305): Neville Moray
Chapter 12 sufferer defense in overall healthiness Care (pages 307–331): Vimla L. Patel and Jiajie Zhang
Chapter thirteen ability in recreation (pages 333–359): Bruce Abernethy, Jonathan P. Maxwell, Robin C. Jackson and Richard S. W. Masters
Chapter 14 Aviation (pages 361–389): Christopher Wickens
Chapter 15 using (pages 391–414): Geoffrey Underwood, David Crundall and Peter Chapman
Chapter sixteen computerized and Interactive Real?Time structures (pages 415–441): Bernd Lorenz and Raja Parasuraman
Chapter 17 Cognitive versions of Human–Information interplay (pages 443–470): Peter Pirolli
Chapter 18 own info administration (pages 471–495): William Jones and Brian H. Ross
Chapter 19 Computer?Supported Cooperative paintings (pages 497–526): Gary M. Olson and Judith S. Olson
Chapter 20 on-line classes (pages 527–552): Ruth H. Maki and William S. Maki
Chapter 21 guideline (pages 553–583): Lindsey E. Richland, Marcia C. Linn and Robert A. Bjork
Chapter 22 Cognitive Rehabilitation (pages 585–604): Barbara A. Wilson
Chapter 23 team of workers choice and checking out (pages 605–627): Margaret E. Beier and Phillip L. Ackerman
Chapter 24 psychological disease and psychological overall healthiness (pages 629–658): Megan E. Hughes, Catherine Panzarella, Lauren B. Alloy and Lyn Y. Abramson
Chapter 25 Media (pages 659–682): Richard Jackson Harris, Elizabeth T. Cady and Christopher P. Barlett
Chapter 26 purchaser Psychology (pages 683–711): Joseph W. Alba and J. Wesley Hutchinson
Chapter 27 safeguard of our surroundings (pages 713–738): Raymond S. Nickerson
Chapter 28 Juror Decision?Making (pages 739–761): Ryan J. iciness and Edith Greene
Chapter 29 Eyewitness Testimony (pages 763–786): Daniel B. Wright and Graham M. Davies
Chapter 30 fake stories (pages 787–812): Giuliana Mazzoni and Alan Scoboria
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