There are 5 volumes in this. All volumes are included.
Volume 1: Learning and Memory: Elizabeth Phelps & Lila Davachi (Volume Editors)
Topics covered include working memory; fear learning; memory and future imagining; education and memory; emotion and memory; sleep and memory; motivation and memory; attention and memory; inhibition in memory; autobiographical memory; eyewitness memory; aging and memory; and category learning.
Volume 2: Sensation, Perception and Attention: John Serences (Volume Editor)
(Topics covered include taste; visual object recognition; touch; motor control; depth perception; the interface theory of perception; perceptual learning; vestibular, proprioceptive, and haptic contributions to spatial orientation; audition; time perception; olfaction; perception and interactive technology; attention; multisensory integration; motion perception; music perception; perceptual rhythms; perceptual organization; vision; perception for action; visual search; color vision; visual cognition/working memory.)
Volume 3: Language and Thought: Sharon Thompson-Schill (Volume Editor)
(Topics covered include embodied cognition; discourse and dialogue; speech production; concepts and categorization; reading; creativity; culture and cognition; reasoning; bilingualism; speech perception; sentence processing; word processing; semantic memory; spatial cognition; moral reasoning.)
Volume 4: Developmental and Social Psychology: Simona Ghetti (Volume Editor)
(Topics covered include the development of visual attention; self-evaluation; moral development; person perception; memory; emotion-cognition interactions; motivation group processes; development of scientific thinking; implicit social cognition; development of mathematical reasoning; language acquisition; emotion regulation; development of the theory of mind; emotional development; category and conceptual development; executive function; attitudes.)
Volume 5: Methodology: E. J. Wagenmakers (Volume Editor)
Topics covered include methods and models in categorization; cultural consensus theory; response time modeling; analyzing neural time series data; network models for clinical psychology; convergent methods of memory research; models and methods for reinforcement learning; bayesian cognitive modeling; theories for discriminating signal from noise; the stop-signal paradigm; mathematical modeling in cognition and cognitive neuroscience; model comparison in psychology; fmri; hypothesis testing and statistical inference; open science; neural recordings; serial versus parallel processing; neural networks and neurocomputational modeling; methods in psychophysics.
NOTE: All 5 volumes of Steven’s Handbook of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience 4th edition are included in this as PDF files.