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by Ulric Neisser

eBook The Remembering Self: Construction and Accuracy in the Self-Narrative (Emory Symposia in Cognition) ePub
Author: Ulric Neisser
Language: English
ISBN: 0521087910
ISBN13: 978-0521087919
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (December 11, 2008)
Pages: 316
Category: Psychology & Counseling
Subcategory: Dieting
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 328
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ePub file: 1555 kb
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truly covers the relationship between memory and self. Although auto- biographical remembering is an essential way of giving meaning to our lives, the memories we construct are never fully consistent and often simply wrong.

truly covers the relationship between memory and self. One of its major strengths is the fact that the contributors do not, necessarily, always agree with each other about this relationship.

University Ulric Neisser, PhD, Ulric Neisser, Robyn Fivush, Samuel Candler Professor of Psychology Robyn Fivush. This book brings a surprisingly wide range of intellectual disciplines to bear on the self-narrative and the self. Cambridge University Press, 1994 M10 28 - 301 pages. The same approach that successfully organized Ulric Neisserts earlier volume on The Perceived Self, now relates ideas from the experimental, developmental, and clinical study of memory to insights from post-modernism and literature.

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In April 1996, Neisser chaired a conference at Emory University that . The remembering self: Construction and accuracy in the self-narrative. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

In April 1996, Neisser chaired a conference at Emory University that focused on secular changes in intelligence-test scores. Neisser found that there were notable errors in the student memories, despite the student's confidence in their accuracy. Neisser's findings challenged the idea that flashbulb memories are virtually without error.

The same approach that successfully organized Ulric Neisser's earlier volume on The Perceived . This book brings different ideas to bear on the classical problem of the self.

The same approach that successfully organized Ulric Neisser's earlier volume on The Perceived Self now relates ideas from the experimental, developmental, and clinical study of memory to insights from post-modernism and literature. Although autobiographical remembering is an essential way of giving meaning to our lives, the memories we construct are never fully consistent and often simply wrong. Self-perception, both ecological and social, is the earliest and most fundamental form of self-knowledge.

The remembering self: Construction and accuracy in the self-narrative. The perceived self: Ecological and interpersonal sources of self knowledge. Cambridge University Press, 1994. Concepts and conceptual development: Ecological and intellectual factors in categorization. The rising curve: Long-term gains in IQ and related measures. American Psychological Association, 1998. Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Ulric Neisser's approach to the problem of self-knowledge is applied to the paradox of the self-narrative: remembering is an essential way of giving meaning to our lives, but the memories we construct are never fully consistent and often simply wrong. This problem is addressed by distinguished contributors from literary studies as well as from experimental, developmental, clinical and social psychology.

Emory Symposia in Cognition 5. The perceived self. 1 The self perceived ULRIC NEISSER. Because it is based on memory and reconstructions, the self remembered does not have the same claim to accuracy as the self perceived

Emory Symposia in Cognition 5. The Emory Symposia in Cognition. This book brings new ideas to bear on an old problem. The old problem is that of self-knowledge and the self; the new ideas are based on analyses of ecological and social perception. Because it is based on memory and reconstructions, the self remembered does not have the same claim to accuracy as the self perceived. Often, the way we remember things is not the way they really were.

The contributors to this book bring a surprisingly wide range of intellectual disciplines to bear on the discussion of self-narrative and the self. Using the approach, The Remembering Self relates ideas from the experimental, developmental, and clinical study of memory to insights from postmodernism and literature.

Fivush R, Neisser U (1994) The remembering self: construction and. accuracy in the self-narrative. ecological and traditional approaches to the study of memory. Emory Symposia in Cognition. Cambridge University Press, New. York. Press Syndicate of the University. of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

The contributors to this book bring a surprisingly wide range of intellectual disciplines to bear on the discussion of self-narrative and the self. Using the ecological/cognitive approach, The Remembering Self relates ideas from the experimental, developmental, and clinical study of memory to insights from postmodernism and literature. Although autobiographical remembering is an essential way of giving meaning to our lives, the memories we construct are never fully consistent and often simply wrong. In the first chapter, the authors consider the so-called false memory syndrome in this context; other contributors discuss the effects of amnesia, the development of remembering in childhood, the social construction of memory and its alleged self- servingness, and the contrast between literary and psychological models of the self.
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