Currently Reading; Mostly New Cites; Meant to be read together

In no particular order:

Heft, Harry. “Affordances, dynamic experience, and the challenge of reification.”Ecological Psychology 15.2 (2003): 149-180.

Chaffin, Roger, Topher R. Logan, and Kristen T. Begosh. “Chapter 33 Performing from Memory” Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology (2008).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metamemory#Judgment_of_learning

Wieber, Frank, Lisa A. Sezer, and Peter M. Gollwitzer. “Asking “why” helps action control by goals but not plans.” Motivation and Emotion 38.1 (2014): 65-78.

Einstein, Gilles O., and Mark A. McDaniel. “Prospective memory and metamemory: The skilled use of basic attentional and memory processes.”Psychology of learning and motivation 48 (2007): 145-173.

Glenberg, Arthur M. “Language and action: creating sensible combinations of ideas.” The Oxford handbook of psycholinguistics (2007): 361-370.

DeShon, Richard P., and Jennifer Z. Gillespie. “A motivated action theory account of goal orientation.” Journal of Applied Psychology 90.6 (2005): 1096.

Berridge, Kent C. “The debate over dopamine’s role in reward: the case for incentive salience.” Psychopharmacology 191.3 (2007): 391-431.

Wolff, Phillip, and Aron K. Barbey. “Causal reasoning with forces.” Frontiers in human neuroscience 9 (2015).

Zohar, Anat, and Shlomit Ginossar. “Lifting the taboo regarding teleology and anthropomorphism in biology education—heretical suggestions.” Science Education 82.6 (1998): 679-697.

Banister, Fiona, and Charly Ryan. “Developing science concepts through story-telling.” School Science Review 82 (2001): 75-84.

Bellezza, Francis S. “Mnemonic devices: Classification, characteristics, and criteria.” Review of Educational Research 51.2 (1981): 247-275.

Glenberg, Arthur M. “Language and action: creating sensible combinations of ideas.” The Oxford handbook of psycholinguistics (2007): 361-370.

Wheeler, David. “Mathematization matters.” For the Learning of Mathematics(1982): 45-47.

Einstein, Albert. “The Problem of Space, Ether, and the Field in Physics (1934).” Beyond Geometry: Classic Papers from Riemann to Einstein 1 (2007): 187.

Barsalou, Lawrence W. “Deriving categories to achieve goals.” Goal Directed Learning. MIT Press, Cambridge MA (1995): 121-176.

Hurlburt, Russell T., and Sarah A. Akhter. “Unsymbolized thinking.”Consciousness and Cognition 17.4 (2008): 1364-1374.

Koutstaal, Wilma. The agile mind. Oxford University Press, 2011.

Casasanto, D. & Lupyan, G. (2015). All Concepts are Ad Hoc Concepts. In The Conceptual Mind. New directions in the study of concepts. E. Margolis & S. Laurence (Eds.) pp. 543-566. Cambridge: MIT Press.

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