Daniel Reisberg is Patricia and Clifford Lunneborg Professor of Psychology at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. Professor Reisberg’s research has focused on the nature of mental imagery as well as on people’s ability to remember emotionally significant events. He has served on the editorial boards of many of the field’s journals, and is the editor of the Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Psychology. Reisberg also consults extensively with law enforcement and the justice system.
Books by Daniel Reisberg
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Cognition: Exploring the Science of the Mind text and workbook, work together with the ZAPS online labs to engage students in the scientific process and emphasize the relevance of cognitive psychology.More
Fifth Edition (with ZAPS and Cognition Workbook)
One of the most successful cognitive psychology texts ever published: up-to-date, authoritative, and clearly written.More
This new textbook offers at once an introduction to learning, its early Pavlovian and operant origins up through the most recent developments, and complete coverage of the psychology of human memory from acquisition and storage to retrieval and forgetting. But unlike other textbook authors who rely primarily on an historical associationist linkage between learning and memory, Barry Schwartz and Daniel Reisberg take a cognitive approach to integrating the two fields.More
The most intelligent book ever written for the course, reinvented for today's students.More
Since it first appeared twenty-five years ago, Psychology has been widely recognized as the most cohesive overview of the discipline.More