psychology addresses many fascinating questions about memory, emotion,
and language: Can our identity be reduced to our memories? What are
emotions for? Are we born with an innate knowledge of language?
introductory text is a concise guide to the core fundamentals of
cognitive psychology, rather than an encyclopaedic volume. The authors
cover a broad range of topics, using their wealth of teaching experience
to select the key theories and most engaging examples.
thought-provoking, this book conveys the sense of discovery that makes
the subject so exciting to study.