Frederic Charles Bartlett

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Experimental Psychology
"Frederic Charles Bartlett"

(1886 - 1969)
Sir Fredrick iBartlett is most famous for his book Remembering (1932) which provided a critique of the Ebbinghaus tradition of memory for lists of nonsense syllables and instead proposed that we encode and retrieve information in terms of Schemas. He argued that we search for meaning using schemas. His work on thinking (1958) was a landmark in cognitive research

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Charles Samuel Myers grad student Cambridge
James Ward grad student Cambridge (Neurotree)


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Lionel Sharples Penrose research assistant 1921 Cambridge (SocTree)
Harry Kaye research assistant 1946-1951 (Neurotree)
Donald E. Broadbent grad student Cambridge
R Conrad grad student Cambridge (Neurotree)
Malcolm A. Jeeves grad student Cambridge (Neurotree)
Eamon Feichin O'Doherty grad student Cambridge
Magdalena Dorothea Vernon grad student (Neurotree)
Alan Welford grad student University of Adelaide (Neurotree)
Oliver  L. Zangwill grad student Cambridge (Neurotree)
Richard Gregory grad student 1950 Cambridge (Neurotree)
Terence (Terry) R. Lee grad student 1949-1954 Cambridge (Neurotree)
George C. Drew post-doc (Neurotree)
Richard C. Oldfield research scientist (Neurotree)
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