By Aimée M. Surprenant,Ian Neath
In over a hundred years of medical examine on human reminiscence, and approximately 50 years after the so-called cognitive revolution, we've got not anything that truly constitutes a broadly approved and regularly stated legislations of reminiscence, and maybe just one normally approved precept. the aim of this monograph is to start to rectify this case by means of proposing 7 ideas of human reminiscence that practice to all reminiscence. those rules are qualitative statements of empirical regularities which can function middleman causes and which keep on with from viewing reminiscence as a functionality. They follow to all kinds of knowledge, to all reminiscence structures, and to all time scales. the rules spotlight vital gaps in our wisdom, problem present organizational perspectives of reminiscence, and recommend very important new strains of research.
This volume is meant for people in the sphere of reminiscence (from complicated undergraduates to pro researchers), even though it may be of curiosity to those that would prefer a finished review of the basic regularities in cognitive functioning.