This new reader provides a selection of both classic and current articles on research about human memory. The reading are intended for courses in Human Memory at the undergraduate or graduate level, or possibly for a course in Memory and Cognition. Nine sections are included, as listed below, with several articles in each section. Each section is prefaced by an introduction to guide students. Similarly, each article contains a few paragraphs of introduction and then a concluding statement, as well as questions for thought and additional readings on the topic. The nine sections are: 1. Introduction and Orientation to the Study of Human Memory 2. Working Memory and Short-term Memory 3. Coding Processes in Memory 4. Retrieval Processes 5. Interference and Forgetting 6. Memory Distortions 7. Metacognition 8. Implicit Memory 9. Differences Among People in RememberingMcDermott, Kathleen J. is the author of 'Human Memory', published 2006 under ISBN 9780863775765 and ISBN 0863775764.