Book Review:Remembering. A Study in Experimental and Social Psychology. Frederick C. Bartlett

@article{Chapanis1952BookRA,
  title={Book Review:Remembering. A Study in Experimental and Social Psychology. Frederick C. Bartlett},
  author={A. Chapanis},
  journal={The Quarterly Review of Biology},
  year={1952}
}
  • A. Chapanis
  • Published 1952
  • Biology
  • The Quarterly Review of Biology
THE most persistent problems of recall all concern the ways in which past experiences and past reactions are utilised when anything is remembered. From a general point of view it looks as if the simplest explanation available is to suppose that when any specific event occurs some trace, or some group of traces, is made and stored up in the organism or in the mind. Later, an immediate stimulus re-excites the trace, or group of traces, and, provided a further assumption is made to the effect that… Expand

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