Basic researchers unlock the secrets of nature; applied researchers
unlock the means by which those secrets of nature can change
people's lives. Neither basic nor applied research has an
independent impact. These volumes examine the convergence of basic
and applied research in the field of memory. Volume 1: Theory and
Context, focuses on the methods for understanding and applying
basic memory theory, while Volume 2: Practical Applications,
expands the understanding of practical memory research by providing
in-depth research examples and findings. If the science of memory
is to make a significant contribution to society, coordinating our
basic and applied efforts and determining how they complement each
other become of paramount importance. These volumes will help in
this regard--both as textbooks demonstrating how to investigate
memory and apply basic memory theory, and as reference sources
leading to a better understanding of certain problems in basic and
applied memory research. Readers of these volumes will gain a
thorough grasp of the way major themes relate to basic and applied
research collaboration, how programmatic basic and applied research
can be conducted on particular memory problems, and the manner in
which basic and applied work in major problem areas has been
incorporated into the field of memory. Both volumes present
important information that will be indispensable to researchers and
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Douglas J. Herrmann
• Cathy McEvoy
• Chris Hertzog
• Paula Hertel
• Marcia K. Johnson
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