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Preview — Cognition by Daniel Reisberg. Cognition by Daniel Reisberg. This student textbook includes research on implicit memory, feature integration, neuropsychology and brain imaging.
Cognition: Exploring the Science of the Mind
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jun 14, Bethypage42 rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dan Reisberg is the kind of prof you can love, even if he doesn’t like you.
His rhetorical style makes conference engaging and educational. Many times in my life after Reed, I have wanted to ask Dan Reisberg’s opinion on all sorts of things.
I regret daniwl arguing with him more when I had the chance. This textbook is fascinating. It reads like a story. A clear tour through the landscape of your thinking: Memory, Intelligence, Language, Vision, and Reasoning.
Mar 16, Esther rated it really liked it. It’s obviously a textbook, and quite a lot of the statistical and specialty-specific information flew out of my head pretty quickly. I understand that an underpinning of the mechanics of brain function are necessary before any discussion of cognition can take place, but it reminded me of a philosophy class on feminism I once took: This was sort of like that.
But it was very easy to read and clearly written. The book is organized well. The objectives include many visual figures and diagrams for farther comprehension.
I would consider this to be solid foundation of Cognition to begin with. The book also presents many good questions about each objective with thourough and clear discussion. I would also try to get dognition comprehension about the areas of the brain amygdala, lobes, hippocampus etc.
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May 30, C rated it really liked it. Read this as my textbook for a cognition class.
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