Memory Systems 1994


Assembled by the prominent psychologists Daniel Schacter and Endel Tulving, the contributions in Memory Systems 1994 focus on the nature and number of memory systems in humans and animals. Together they present ideas from cognitive psychology, neuropsychology, and neuroscience in a review of intriguing experimental outcomes at the cutting edge of this domain, grappling, often passionately, with the behavioral and neuroanatomical composition of memory systems and subsystems. Chapters are revised versions of contributions that appeared in a special issue of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. This book includes an integrated discussion of and cross-commentary on the earlier contributions.

A Bradford Book

Table of Contents

  1. Preface
  2. 1. What Are the Memory Systems of 1994?

    Daniel L. Schacter and Endel Tulving

  3. 2. Multiple Memory Systems: What and Why, an Update

    Lynn Nadel

  4. 3. Variations in Synaptic Plasticity and Types of Memory in Corticohippocampal Networks

    Gary Lynch and Richard Granger

  5. 4. Hippocampal Function and Interference

    Matthew L. Shapiro and David S. Olton

  6. 5. The Memory-Coherence Problem, Configural Associations, and the Hippocampal System

    Jerry W. Rudy and Robert J. Sutherland

  7. 6. The Hippocampal System ant Declarative Memory in Humans and Animals: Experimental Analysis and Historical Origins

    Howard Eichenbaum

  8. 7. Declarative and Nondeclarative Memory: Multiple Brain Systems Supporting Learning and Memory

    Larry R. Squire

  9. 8. Priming and Multiple Memory Systems: Perceptual Mechanisms of Implicit Memory

    Daniel L. Schacter

  10. 9. Memory and Working with Memory: Evaluation of a Component Process Model and Comparisons with Other Models

    Morris Moscovitch

  11. 10. Binding Complex Memories: The Role of Reactivation and the Hippocampus

    Marcia K. Johnson and Barbara L. Chalfonte

  12. 11. Working Memory: The Interface between Memory and Cognition

    Alan Baddeley

  13. 12. Cognitive Binding

    Janet Metcalfe, W. E. Mencl and Garrison W. Cottrell

  14. Contributors
  15. Index