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Remembering: A Study in Experimental and Social Psychology


Editorial note: We have secured a copyright for only two chapters (10 and 16) of Remembering . However, most of the material in this book appeared in earlier (and later) articles that Bartlett published. Thus, for many of the chapters below we will include a link to an article composed around the same issues.


CONTENTS

PART I

EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES

I. Experiment in Psychology [See 'Experimental method in psychology']

II. Experiments on Perceiving [see 'An experimental study of some problems of perceiving and imagining']

III. Experiments on Imaging [see 'An experimental study of some problems of perceiving and imagining']

IV. Experiments on Remembering: (a) The method of Description

V. Experiments on Remembering: (b) The Method of Repeated Reproduction [See 'An experiment upon repeated reproduction']

VI. Experiments on Remembering: (c) The Method of Picture Writing [See 'The functions of images']

VII. Experiments on Remembering: (d) The Method of Serial Reproduction; I [ see 'Some experiments on the reproduction of folk stories']

VIII. Experiments on Remembering: (e) The Method of Serial Reproduction; II. Picture Material

IX. Perceiving, Regonising, Remembering

X. A Theory of Remembering [see also 'Remembering' and 'Notes on Remembering']

XI. Images and their Functions [see 'The function of images' and 'Feeling, Imagining and Thinking']

XII. Meaning

PART II

REMEMBERING AS A STUDY IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

XIII. Social Psychology

XIV. Social Psychology and the Matter of Recall

XV. Social Psychology and the Manner of Recall

XVI. Conventionalisation

XVII. The Notion of a Collective Unconscious

XVIII. The Basis of Social Recall

XIX. A Summary and Some Conclusions