Submitted by Matthew D. Schulkind on Tuesday, 1/5/2010, at 9:06 PM

Date

Topic

Haberlandt

Neisser & Hyman

Electronic Reserve

Jan 26IntroductionChapter 1
28HistoryChapter 2Chapter 26Bergman & Roediger (1999)
Feb 2More History
4Explicit MemoryChapter 4Chapters 11, 15, 5
9More Explicit MemoryChapters 14, 17, 13, 32
11Procedural MemoryChapter 5Chapters 45, 48, 16

16PM ContinuedWillingham, et al. (2000)
Palmer & Meyer (2000)
18Working MemoryChapter 6Martin, et al. (1998)
Balch & Lewis (1996)
23More Working MemoryFurst & Hitch (2000)
25Issues in Memory ResearchChapter 7
pp. 275-292
Roediger (1990)
Mar 2More IssuesWillingham (1998)
4Exam #1
9NeuropsychologyChapter 3Haist, Gore, & Mao (2001)
11More Neuropsych.Mangels, et al. (1996)
Spiers, et al. (2001)
16Spring Break
18Spring Break
23Memory Impairment: AmnesiaChapter 10Ryan, et al. (2000)
Graham & Hodges (1997)
25Film: Memento
29Paper #1 due
30Memory Impairment: Dementia

Rohrer, et al. (1999)
Fischer, et al. (2007)
Killam, et al. (2005)

Apr 1Developmental Changes: KidsChapter 8Chapters 28, 19, 23Saffran, et al. (2000)
6Developmental Changes: AgingShimamura, et al. (1995)
8Autobiographical MemoryChapter 9Chapters 6, 7, 8, 9, 29
13More AMTalarico & Rubin (2003)
Kensinger & Schacter (2006)
15Film: Capturing the Friedmans
20The Memory WarsChapters 30, 31, 33, 34, 35Sederberg, et al. (2007)
22Exam #2
27Everyday MemoryChapter 12Chapters 25, 22Garry, et al. (1996)
29Everyday Memory continuedBowers & Bekerian (1984)
Dodson, et al.(1997)
Finger & Pezdek (1999)
May 4Ecological ValidityChapter 11
pp. 293-302
Chapters 1, 2, 3
6Closing Remarks

Mook (1989)
Rubin (1989)

14Final Paper Due
 

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