"The aim of this dictionary is to provide sensible and normative definitions of the most important and difficult words that a reader is likely to encounter in books and articles on psychology." (Preface)
The latest update of this comprehensive encyclopedia that includes both brief descriptive and biographical entries and longer analytical essays. Entries are individually authored, and often include cross-references and bibliographies. Volume 4 contains brief biographies for all the article authors and the author and subject indexes for the whole set.
Covers the cognitive sciences in the broadest sense. Reviews the common themes of information and information processing, representation, and computation, with in depth coverage of the core areas of psychology, philosophy, linguistics and neuroscience. The 4-volume print edition from 2003 is available at Olin Reference BF 311 .E53x 2003.
This second edition contains more than 3,900 signed articles by 4,999 scholars aimed primarily at advanced students and faculty in all disciplines of the social sciences, including psychology. Each article ends with a substantial bibliography of additional resources.