Visuo-spatial Working Memory and Individual Differences by Tomaso Vecchi Cesare Cornoldi
(Essays in Cognitive Psychology)

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In this timely and comprehensive text, Cesare Cornoldi and Tomaso Vecchi describe their recently developed experimental approach to the investigation of visuo-spatial cognition, based upon the analysis of individual differences.
A review of the most influential theoretical advances in the study of visuo-spatial cognition is presented, including both critical analysis and comparisons between the distinct approaches. In addition, the authors describe recent research into memory for spatial configurations, mental manipulation and the active integration of visuo-spatial information. This includes studies on the effects of congenital blindness on mental imagery abilities, developmental and age-related modifications, gender effects, and the role of genetic syndromes in determining visuo-spatial abilities. The authors draw together these distinct areas of research and integrate the findings within an innovative framework of working memory.
This text will be a valuable resource for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of psychology, as well as researchers in the fields of cognitive psychology, neuropsychology and neuroscience.
 

About Tomaso Vecchi Cesare Cornoldi

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Cornoldi is of the University of Padova. Tomaso Vecchi is Professor of Experimental Psychology and Dean of the School of Psychology at the University of Pavia, Italy.
 
Published June 2, 2004 by Psychology Press. 182 pages
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