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Cognitive Psychology

by Matthew Coxon Learning Matters
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This accessible text addresses the core knowledge domain of cognitive psychology, with focused coverage of the central concepts, research and debates in this key area. The engaging text provides detailed information on thinking and reasoning, learning and memory, language, perception, attention, and consciousness. A final chapter examines cognitive neuropsychology. There is an emphasis on the way the properties of cognition relate to our everyday lives. Case studies, research summaries, review questions and assignments, are provided to aid students' understanding and promote a critical approach. Extended critical thinking and skill builder activities develop the reader's higher level skills.

Series Editor's Introduction
Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
Thinking and Reasoning
Learning and Memory
Cognitive Neuropsychology

Matthew Coxon. Having completed his doctoral research on working memory at Lancaster University (Department of Psychology), Matthew worked for two years as a Teaching Associate at Royal Holloway, University of London, before joining the cognitive research group at York St John University, York, as a lecturer.