Sir Fredrick Charles Bartlett

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Memory
Website:
http://www.ppsis.cam.ac.uk/bartlett/
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Sir Fredrick iBartlett is most famous for his book Remembering (1932) which provided a critique of the Ebbinghaus tradition of memory for lists of nonsense syllables and instead proposed that we encode and retrieve information in terms of Schemas. He argued that we search for meaning using schemas. His work on thinking (1958) was a landmark in cognitive research

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Charles Samuel Meyers grad student Cambridge (twig99) Delete Edit
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Donald E. Broadbent grad student Cambridge (twig99) Delete Edit
R Conrad grad student Cambridge (akiraoconnor) Delete Edit
Malcolm A. Jeeves grad student Cambridge (amelie3) Delete Edit
Eamon Feichin O'Doherty grad student Cambridge University (twig99) Delete Edit
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