A Cognitive Psychology Resource
Thinker > Memory


One of the most important areas of research for cognitive psychologists has been memory. Although early researchers thought of the memory process in terms of a straightforward storage-retrieval mechanism, we now know that memory is much more complex than that. In these demonstrations, you will see how memory is a process that is constantly in flux and that is active. You will also see that memory doesn't always work the way we expect (or want) it to.

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Bart Everson & Elliott Hammer, PhD