Ulric Neisser

Affiliations: 
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Area:
retired
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Parents

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George A. Miller research assistant Harvard
Wolfgang Köhler grad student Swarthmore
Hans Wallach grad student Cornell
Stanley Smith Stevens grad student 1956 Harvard

Children

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Karen Adolph grad student Emory (PsychTree)
Elizabeth S. Spelke grad student Cornell
William Hirst grad student 1972-1976 Cornell
Lorraine E. Bahrick grad student 1975-1979 Cornell
Ira Hyman grad student 1985-1990 Emory
Viorica Marian grad student 1994-2000 Cornell
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Neisser U. (2004) Memory development: New questions and old Developmental Review. 24: 154-158
Neisser U. (2003) New directions for flashbulb memories: Comments on the ACP special issue Applied Cognitive Psychology. 17: 1149-1155
Neisser U. (2002) The dorsal system and the ecological self Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 25: 114
Libby LK, Neisser U. (2001) Structure and strategy in the associative false memory paradigm. Memory (Hove, England). 9: 145-63
Marian V, Neisser U. (2000) Language-dependent recall of autobiographical memories. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 129: 361-8
Rochat P, Neisser U, Marian V. (1998) Are young infants sensitive to interpersonal contingency? Infant Behavior and Development. 21: 355-366
Neisser U. (1997) The ecological study of memory. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 352: 1697-701
Neisser U. (1997) The roots of self-knowledge: perceiving self, it, and thou. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 818: 18-33
Neisser U. (1997) Jane Doe's memories: Changing the past to serve the present Child Maltreatment. 2: 123-125
Neisser U. (1997) Rising scores on intelligence tests American Scientist. 85: 440-447
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