Houghton Mifflin, 1998 - 483 páginas
This engaging and readable text treats students as active information processors rather than passive responders. Payne and Wenger use high-interest research topics, applied experiments, and student-centered learning tools to present their complex subject matter in a way that encourages students to learn. The text's emphasis on the data/theory relationship enables students to learn not merely the facts, but how facts support or fail to support theories of human cognition.
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The Neuropsychological Bases of Cognition
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