The cognitive revolution

The cognitive revolution

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After the 1950s dominance on learning psychology, Baddeley found himself facing a new paradigm that wasn't interested in the behavioral analysis of rats or pigeons. At the Cambridge applied psychology unit under the tutelage of Donald Broadbent, Baddeley then started to work on issues related to human memory. In this part of the interview, Baddeley recalls his personal transition into the new, cognitive paradigm.
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cognitive revolution, memory, cognition, information theory, cognitive psychology, ulric neisser
Duration:
00:05:11