The “mesh” approach to human memory: How much of cognitive psychology has to be thrown away?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (1):39-39 (1997)
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While sharing the author's interest in the development of an action-based framework for memory research, I think the present version is neither new nor particularly productive. More differentiation is needed to describe memory functioning in a variety of domains and on the many levels of activity regulation. Above all, Glenberg's proposals seem to contradict empirical data.
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