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Human Information Processing : An Introduction to Psychology, PDF eBook

Human Information Processing : An Introduction to Psychology PDF


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Human Information Processing: An Introduction to Psychology aims to convey the excitement of modern experimental psychology to the beginning student.

The book discusses the organization of auditory perceptions; neural information processing; and the theories of pattern recognition.

The text also describes the visual system; the dimensions of vision; the auditory system; and the dimensions of sound.

The neural basis of memory; transient memories; the structure of memory; and memory processes are also considered.

The book further tackles language acquisition; the process of learning and cognitive development; problem solving; and decision making.

The text also looks into motivation and the biochemical responses to stress.

Psychologists and students taking psychology and related courses will find the book useful."


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Also by Peter H. Lindsay