David Middleton

Until his retirement, David Middleton was Professor of Psychology at Loughborough University in England. He was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Communication at UCSD in 1987-1988 and collaborated with lab members on various projects over several years. Below are several his publications.

LCHC Newsletter:

Other Publications:

  • Edwards, D., & Middleton, D. (1983). Conversation with Bartlett, The Quarterly Newsletter of the Laboratory of Human Comparative Cognition, 8(3), 79-89.
  • Edwards, D., & Middleton, D. (1987). Conversation and remembering: Bartlett revisited. Applied Cognitive Psychology 1(2), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. (Abstract)
  • Edwards, D., & Middleton, D. (1988). Conversational Remembering and Family Relationships: How Children Learn to Remember. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 5(1), 3-25. (Abstract)
  • Billig, Michael; Condor, Susan; Edwards, Derek; Gane, Mike; Middleton, David; Radley, Alan (1988). Ideological dilemmas: A social psychology of everyday thinking. Thousand Oaks, CA, US: Sage Publications, Inc. 180 pp. (Abstract)
  • Middleton, David (Ed); Edwards, Derek (Ed) (1990). Collective remembering. Inquiries in social construction. Thousand Oaks, CA, US: Sage Publications, Inc. 230 pp. (Abstract)
  • Engeström, Y, & David Middleton (Eds). (1996). Cognition and Communication at Work. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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