Submitted by Matthew D. Schulkind on Friday, 4/10/2009, at 9:25 PM

DateTopicHaberlandtNeisser & HymanE-Reserves
Jan 27IntroductionChapter 1
29HistoryChapter 2Ch. 26Bergman & Roediger (1999)
Feb 3Explicit MemoryChapter 4Ch. 11, 15, & 5
5More Explicit MemoryCh. 14, 17, 12, 32
10Procedural MemoryChapter 5Ch. 45, 48, 16Palmer & Meyer (2000)
Willingham, Well, et al. (2000)
12PM continued
17Working MemoryChapter 6Martin, Wogalter, & Furlano (1998)
Balch & Lewis (1996)
19More Working MemoryFurst & Hitch (2000)
24Memory ModelsChapter 7Jones (1989)
Meyer & Bock (1992)
26Issues in Memory ResearchChapter 11:
pp. 275-292
Roediger (1990)
Mar 3Willingham (1998)
4Claude Steele Lecture
5Exam #1

10NeuropsychologyChapter 3
Haist, Gore, & Mao (2001)
12More NeuropsychMangels, Gershberg, et al. (2000)
Spiers, Burgess, et al. (2001)
17Spring Break
19Spring Break
24Memory Impairment: AmnesiaChapter 10Ryan, Althoff, et al. (2000)
Graham & Hodges (1997)
26Film Viewing: Memento
27Paper #1 Due
31Memory Impairment: DementiaRohrer Salmon, et al. (1999)
Fischer, et al. (2007)
Killam, Cautin, & Santucci (2005)
Apr 2Developmental Changes: KidsChapter 8Ch. 28, 19, 23Saffran, Loman, & Robertson (2000)
7Developmental Changes: AgingShimamura, Berry, & Mangels (1995)
9Autobiographical MemoryChapter 9Ch. 6-9, 29
14More on AMRubin, Schulkind, & Rahhal (1998)
16Film viewing: Capturing the
Friedmans
21The Memory WarsCh. 30, 31, 33, 34, 35Sederberg, et al. (2007)
23Exam #2
28Everday MemoryChapter 12Ch. 25, 32Garry, Manning, et al. (1996)
30Everyday Memory continuedBowers & Bekerian (1984)
Dodson, Johnson, & Schooler (1997)
Finger & Pezdek (1999)
May 5Ecological ValidityChapter 11:
293-302
Chapter 1-3
7Closing Remarks

Mook (1989)
Rubin (1989)

15Final Paper Due
 

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