Understanding Human Memory: What it is and How it Works (Paperback)Peter Marshall (author)
Paperback 125 Pages / Published: 12/06/2012
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This book explores the subject of human memory in all its dimensions - how it works physiologically and chemically, how it develops by conditioning and training, how it sometimes plays tricks on us to protect us, how it can fail through physiological damage and what we can do if it does. Now in its second edition, it will be essential reading for students of psychology, nursing, medicine and other disciplines concerned with understanding and management of human behaviour.
Publisher: Oakley Books Ltd
Number of pages: 125
Dimensions: 215 x 135 x 10 mm
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