Memory and Emotion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
August 2006, ©2006, Wiley-Blackwell
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“This book is an excellent and accessible source for recent theoretical and empirical advances in research on emotion and memory. The eclectic mix of chapters, which offer critical examination of pivotal and controversial issues, make the book suitable both for the specialist and for students interested in getting acquainted with the field.” Morris Moscovitch and Deborah Talmi, University of Toronto
"Arising out of a conference held in Japan in 2005, this book includes essays on cognition, aging and the brain, and psychopathology. Uttl, Ohta, and Siegenthaler (all Tokyo Univ. of Social Welfare) include essays that report basic research findings along with those with an applied focus, either clinical or forensic, a valuable feature. Also noteworthy is the inclusion of essays that take diametrically opposing viewpoints on a topic." K. S. Milar, Earlham College
“This a valuable volume … .I found the book very readable … .It contains a carefully selected set of reviews and theoretical discussions.” Metapsychology
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