Category:Alan Baddeley

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Deutsch: Alan David Baddeley (* 1934 in Leeds) ist britischer Psychologe.
English: Alan Baddeley FRS, CBE is professor of psychology at the University of York. He is known for his work on working memory, in particular for his multiple components model.
Français : Alan Baddeley est diplômé en Psychologie appliquée (Université de Cambridge). En 1974 il développe une théorie expliquant que la Mémoire de travail (MdT) serait composée :
עברית: אלן באדליאנגלית: Alan Baddeley), פסיכולוג בריטי ואבי גישת זיכרון העבודה בפסיכולוגיה קוגניטיבית.
Magyar: Alan Baddeley ( Leeds, 1934.-) pszichológus, a University of York professzora. Nevéhez fűzödik a Baddeley-féle munkamemória-modell, a rövid távú emlékezet egyik legbefolyásosabb modellje.
Italiano: Baddeley si laurea all'università di Londra nel 1956 e ottiene un MA dal Diartimento di Psicologia della Princeton University nel 1957,seguito dal PhD dall'Università di Cambridge nel 1962.
Nederlands: Alan Baddeley is professor in de psychologie aan de Universiteit van York in Engeland. Hij is vooral bekend geworden door zijn onderzoek naar het werkgeheugen.
Português: Alan Baddeley é professor de Psicologia na Universidade de York.
Русский: Алан Бэддли — английский психолог, известный своей 3-компонентной моделью рабочей памяти.
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Alan Baddeley 
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british psychologist
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Date of birth 1934
Leeds
Educated at
Occupation
  • psychologist
  • university teacher
  • professor
Member of
  • Royal Society
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • Academia Europaea
Award received
  • Fellow of the Royal Society
  • APA Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Psychology
  • Presidents' Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychological Knowledge
  • Commander of the Order of the British Empire
  • Aristotele Prize
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