Lifespan development of human memory [electronic resource] / edited by Peter Graf and Nobuo Ohta.
Contributor(s): Graf, Peter, PhD | Ohta, Nobuo | ebrary, Inc.Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2002Description: viii, 299 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.Subject(s): Memory | Memory in children | Memory in old age | Alzheimer's disease | Developmental neurobiologyGenre/Form: Electronic books. DDC classification: 612.8/2 Other classification: 77.35 Online resources: An electronic book accessible through the World Wide Web; click to view
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Need for a lifespan developmental approach within memory research is more urgent than ever / Nobuo Ohta -- Developmental changes in working memory: a multicomponent view / Graham J. Hitch -- Childhood development of working memory: an examination of two basic parameters / Nelson Cowan -- Working memory and attentional processes across the lifespan / Anik De Ribaupierre -- Children's long-term memory of childhood events / Robyn Fivush -- Children's eyewitness memory: changing reports and changing representations / David F. Bjorklund, Rhonda D. Brown, and Barbara R. Bjorklund -- Role of knowledge in children's memory / Hidetsugu Tajika -- Age-related effects on memory in the context of age-related effects on cognition / Timothy A. Salthouse -- Autobiographical memory across the lifespan / David C. Rubin -- Memory development in adulthood and old age: the Betula prospective-cohort study / Lars-Göran Nilsson ... [et al.] -- Nature and course of the memory impairment in Alzheimer's disease / Lars Bäckman, Brent J. Small, and Laura Fratiglioni -- Prospective memory across the lifespan / Elisabeth A. Maylor ... [et al.] -- Prospective and retrospective memory in adulthood / Peter Graf, Bob Uttl, and Roger Dixon.
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