Implications of neuropsychological evidence for theories of normal memory.

@article{Baddeley1982ImplicationsON,
  title={Implications of neuropsychological evidence for theories of normal memory.},
  author={Alan Baddeley},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={1982},
  volume={298 1089},
  pages={59-72}
}
  • Alan Baddeley
  • Published 1982 in
    Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society…
The relation between neuropsychology and the study of normal cognitive function is discussed in the context of recent research on human memory. It is suggested that neuropsychological evidence has clear implications for the fractionation of human memory into subsystems. The distinction between long-term and short-term memory, between semantic and episodic memory, and the further fractionation of short-term or working memory all offer examples of concepts that have been successfully applied… CONTINUE READING

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