Handbook of Memory Disorders

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Alan D. Baddeley, Barbara A. Wilson, Fraser N. Watts
Wiley, 30 mai 1995 - 668 pages
An international panel of renowned scientists and clinicians offers an accessible, up-to-date and practical review of the key research and latest clinical developments in the field. Describes theoretical concepts, assessment processes, clinical management and therapy to produce results of considerable relevance to clinical practice and rehabilitation.

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Neurobiological Foundations of Human Memory
27
SECTION H VARIETIES OF MEMORY DISORDER
53
Retrograde Amnesia
81
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Alan Baddeley succeeded Donald Broadbent as Director of the APU in Cambridge. Some 20 years later he moved to Bristol University. He is now at University of York where he has re-established his old collaboration with Graham Hitch. His interests are in human memory in general and working memory more
specifically, and in combining basic and applied research. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society, of the European Academy and is a foreign member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He has received the APA Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award, the Aristotle Prize for contributions to
European Psychology, and was awarded the CBE for contributions to the study of memory.

Barbara Wilson is the co-founder of two publishers, Seal Press and Women in Translation. She is the author of several novels, translations, and one short story collection.

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