By Charles Stone, Lucas Bietti
This edited assortment offers an inter- and intra-disciplinary dialogue of the severe position context performs in how and while participants and teams keep in mind the previous. overseas participants combine key study from a number of disciplines, together with social and cognitive psychology, discursive psychology, philosophy/philosophical psychology and cognitive linguistics, to extend knowledge of the vital position that cultural, social and technological contexts play in settling on person and collective reminiscences at a number of, but interconnected, degrees of human event.
Divided into 3 elements, cognitive and mental views, social and cultural views, and cognitive linguistics and philosophical views, Stone and Bietti current a breadth of analysis on reminiscence in context. subject matters lined include:
- the building of self-identity in reminiscence
- flashbulb stories
- scaffolding reminiscence
- the cultural psychology of remembering
- social facets of memory
- the mnemonic effects of silence
- emotion and memory
- eyewitness identification
- multimodal communique and collective remembering.
Contextualizing Human reminiscence allows researchers to appreciate the range of labor undertaken in similar fields, and to understand the significance of context in figuring out while, how and what's remembered at any given recollection. The publication will attract researchers, lecturers and postgraduate scholars within the fields of cognitive and social psychology, in addition to these in comparable disciplines attracted to studying extra concerning the advancing box of reminiscence reports.
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