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Bernstein, Penner, Clarke-Stewart, and Roy's, Psychology strikes an ideal balance between classic and current research, and contains substantial material on culture and human diversity, as well as updated coverage of behavioral genetics and evolutionary psychology. This text's complete learning program offers instructors, both experienced and novice, a "one-stop teaching" tool. In the Seventh Edition of this comprehensive, research-oriented text, the authors explore the full range of psychology, free from theoretical bias; blend conceptual discussion and description of research studies; foster scientific attitudes and help students learn to think critically; present lessons in a clear, accessible, and readable style; and demonstrate that psychology is an integrated discipline in which each subfield is linked to other subfields by common interests and overarching research questions.
Table of Contents
|The World of Psychology: An Overview Unity and Diversity in Psychology|
|Research in Psychology Thinking Critically About Psychology (or Anything Else)|
|Research Methods in Psychology Linkages: Psychological Research Methods and Behavioral Genetics Statistical Analysis of Research Results Ethical Guidelines for Psychologists|
|Biological Aspects of Psychology|
|The Nervous System The Peripheral Nervous System: Keeping in Touch with the World|
|The Central Nervous System: Making Sense of the World Focus on Research Methods: Manipulating Genes in Animal Models of Human Disease Linkages: Human Development and the Changing Brain|
|The Chemistry of Psychology Thinking Critically: Are There Drugs That Can Make You Smarter?|
|The Endocrine System: Coordinating the Internal World|
|The Immune System: Defending the Body|
|Sensation Sensory Systems|
|The Problem of Coding Linkages: Sensation and Biological Aspects of Psychology Hearing Vision|
|The Chemical Senses: Smell and Taste Somatic Senses and the Vestibular System Thinking Critically: Does Acupuncture Relieve Pain? Focus on Research Methods: The Case of the Mysterious Spells|
|The Perception Paradox Three Approaches to Perception Psychophysics Thinking Critically: Can Subliminal Stimuli Influence Your Behavior?|
|Organizing the Perceptual World Recognizing the Perceptual World Linkages: Perception and Human Development Attention Focus on Research Methods: An Experiment in "Mind Reading" Applications of Research on Perception|
|Learning Learning About Stimuli Classical Conditioning: Learning Signals and Associations Instrumental and Operant Conditioning: Learning the Consequences of Behavior Cognitive Processes in Learning Focus on Research Methods: A Two-Factor Experiment on Human Helplessness Thinking Critically: Does Watching Violence on Television Make People More Violent?|
|Linkages: Neural Networks and Learning Using Research on Learning to Help People Learn|
|Memory The Nature of Memory Focus on Research Methods: Measuring Explicit Versus Implicit Memory Storing New Memories Retrieving Memories Linkages: Memory, Perception, and Eyewitness Testimony Forgetting Thinking Critically: Can Traumatic Memories Be Repressed, Then Recovered? Biological Bases of Memory Applications of Memory Research|
|Cognition and Language Basic Functions of Thought Mental Representations: The Ingredients of Thought Thinking Strategies Problem Solving Focus on Research Methods: Locating Analogical Thinking Decision Making Linkages: Group Processes in Problem Solving and Decision Making Language Thinking Critically: Can Nonhumans Use Language?|
|Consciousness Analyzing Consciousness Focus on Research Methods: Subliminal Messages in Rock Music Sleeping and Dreaming Hypnosis Linkages: Meditation, Health, and Stress Psychoactive Drugs Thinking Critically: Is Marijuana Dangerous?|
|Cognitive Abilities Testing for Intelligence Measuring the Quality of Tests Evaluating Intelligence Tests|
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