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More than ever, the new edition of Gray'sPsychologyhelps students understand the basic interactions between behavioral and biological science. Experience teacher and author...Cutting-edge researcher on the topic of evolutionary play...Psychology Today blogger...This combination makes Peter Gray the ideal author for a challenging yet accessible introduction to the fundamental questions explored by psychology researchers.
Table of Contents
Part 1. Background to the Study of Psychology 1. Foundations for the Study of Psychology 2. Methods of Psychology
Part 2. The Adaptiveness of Behavior 3. Genetic and Evolutionary Foundations of Behavior 4. Basic Processes of Learning
Part 3. Physiological Mechanisms of Behavior 5. The Neural Control of Behavior 6. Mechanisms of Motivation and Emotion
Part 4. Sensation and Perception 7.Smell, Taste, Pain, Hearing, and Psychophysics
8. The Psychology of Vision
Part 5. The Human Intellect 9. Memory and Consciousness 10. Reasoning and Intelligence
Part 6. Growth of the Mind and Person 11. The Development of Thought and Language 12. Social Development
Part 7. The Person in the World of People 13. Social Perception and Attitudes 14. Social Influences on Behavior
Part 8. Personality and Disorders 15. Personality 16. Mental Disorders 17. Treatment