This book presents cutting-edge research in perception, memory, and aging, with a focus on dynamic cognitive processes: interactive and constructive processes in such phenomena as perception and memory, interaction between processes recruited for perception and memory, activation and inhibition, influence of subconscious processes on perception and memory, and dynamic cognitive processes involved in memory and aging. The chapters cover many of the current 'hot topics in cognitive psychology and memory, including perceptual organization, breakdown of perception due to various disorders, neural substrates underlying perception and memory, repetition blindness, directed forgetting, suppression of unwanted memories, memory for information perceived without awareness, hypermnesia, prospective memory, and age-related changes in memory. The book reemphasizes the dynamic view of perception, cognition, and memory as constructive and continuously changing.

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