Professor John Wixted discusses human memory. Human memory is a field that requires knowledge in both psychology and neuroscience. He talks about why he got into the field and what students should do if they want to do the same.
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: John Wixted Discusses Human Memory
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2016
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- Discipline: Psychology
- Subject: Memory, Attention, Learning
- Duration: 00:41:53
- Keywords: applied psychology, brain, confidence in identifications, correlation, declarative and procedural memory, DNA, encoding, epilepsy, episodic memory, evidence (law), experience (events), experiments, eyewitness identification, eyewitness memory, field studies, identification, identification (psychology), lineups, memorization, memory, methodology, misconceptions, motivation, neuroimaging, neurons, neuroscience, orthodoxy, perception (psychology), psychology, public policy, quantitative models and methods, recall (psychology), recognition (psychology), research, Signal detection theory and procedures, Simultaneous and sequential lineup presentations, theory (research methods)
Academic: John WixtedOnline ISBN:9781473965225Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2016