9780155071711

Thinking and Writing About Psychology in the New Millennium

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    9780155071711

  • ISBN10:

    0155071718

  • Edition: 7th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1998-08-24
  • Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing

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Table of Contents

Critical Thinking 1(1)
Goals for an Undergraduate Education in Psychology 1(1)
Some Features of Critical Thinking
2(1)
Recognizing Common Fallacies in Arguments
2(1)
Writing Across the Curriculum 2(1)
Kinds of Writing 3(1)
Types of Psychology Papers 4(2)
Reports of Empirical Studies
4(1)
Reviews of the Literature
5(1)
Theoretical Papers
5(1)
Common Features
5(1)
Term Papers
6(1)
Guidelines for Good Writing 6(29)
Complete the Assignment
6(4)
Write for Your Audience
10(1)
Write Clearly and Simply
10(1)
Be Willing to Make Mistakes
11(1)
Keep a Notebook or a Journal
11(1)
Determine the Length of a Paper Logically
11(1)
Avoid Plagiarism
11(1)
Pick a Topic
12(1)
Delimit the Topic
13(1)
Write a Thesis Statement
13(1)
Don't Wait for Inspiration-Get Going!
14(1)
Make an Outline
14(1)
Compose a Draft
15(3)
A Closer Look: Overcoming a Writing Block
18(1)
Revise the Paper
19(2)
Proofread the Paper
21(13)
Produce the Final Copy
34(1)
How to Use The Exercises in This Book 35(2)
THE EXERCISES 37(1)
Can We Understand People from a Scientific Perspective?
37(1)
Psychologists
38(1)
Psychology as a Science--History and Diversity
39(1)
Psychology and Personal Freedom
41(1)
Psychology and Human Diversity
42(1)
Psychology and Critical Thinking
43(1)
Approaches to Understanding People
44(1)
Correlation Versus Cause and Effect
45(1)
Correlation Versus Cause and Effect (2)
46(1)
Ethics
47(1)
Ethics (2)
48(1)
Science Versus Pseudoscience
49(1)
Why Do Psychologists Study Biology?
50(1)
The Nervous System--Sexual Reflexes
51(1)
The Nervous System--Parkinson's Disease
52(1)
The Nervous System--Fear and Indigestion
53(1)
The Endocrine System
54(1)
Heredity
55(1)
The Neonate
56(1)
Parenting Styles
57(1)
Assimilation and Accommodation
58(1)
Moral Reasoning
59(1)
Adolescence
60(1)
Late Adulthood
61(1)
Signal Detection
62(1)
Sensory Adaptation
63(1)
Perceptual Organization
64(1)
Hearing
65(1)
Smell and Taste
66(1)
Pain
67(1)
Sleep
68(1)
Sleep and Dreams
69(1)
Effects of Alcohol
70(1)
Effects of Alcohol (2)
71(1)
Substance Use and Abuse
72(1)
Meditation
73(1)
Biofeedback Training
74(1)
Hypnotism
75(1)
Hypnotism (2)
76(1)
What Is Learning?
77(1)
``Little Albert''
78(1)
Observational Learning of Violent Behavior
79(1)
Experience and Moral Behavior
80(1)
Learning and Motor Skills
81(1)
Conditioning and Complex Behavior
82(1)
Types of Memory
83(1)
Strategies for Memorization
84(1)
``Quality'' of Memory
85(1)
Forgetting
86(1)
Memory Tasks
87(1)
The Biology of Memory
88(1)
Concept Formation
89(1)
Problem Solving
90(1)
Creativity and Intelligence
91(1)
Reasoning
92(1)
Judgment and Decision Making
93(1)
Language Development
94(1)
Definition of Intelligence
95(1)
Intelligence and Special Talents
96(1)
Intelligence Testing
97(1)
Individual and Sociocultural Differences in Intelligence
98(1)
Cultural Bias in Testing
99(1)
Intelligence and the Home Environment
100(1)
Instincts
101(1)
Hunger
102(1)
Your Body Image
103(1)
Hunger (2)
104(1)
Stimulus Motives
105(1)
Aggression
106(1)
Cognitive-Dissonance Theory
107(1)
Lying
108(1)
Psychodynamic Theory
109(1)
Trait Theory
110(1)
Personality Theory and Free Will
111(1)
Social-Cognitive Theory
113(1)
Humanistic-Existential Theory
114(1)
Self Theory
115(1)
Personality Theory
116(1)
Individualism Versus Collectivism
117(1)
Sex--A Sociocultural Perspective
118(1)
Gender Roles and Stereotypes
119(1)
Gender-Typing
120(1)
Interpersonal Attraction
121(1)
Interpersonal Attraction (2)
122(1)
Rape
123(1)
AIDS
124(1)
AIDS (2)
125(1)
Psychological Factors in Physical Illness
126(1)
Predictability and Stress
127(1)
Health Locus of Control
128(1)
Attitudes and Physical Illness
129(1)
Sociocultural Factors in Health
130(1)
Sociocultural Factors in Health (2)
131(1)
Stress and Locus of Control
132(1)
Phobias
133(1)
Panic Disorder
134(1)
Dissociative Amnesia
135(1)
Depression
136(1)
Dissociative Identity Disorder Versus Schizophrenia
137(1)
Antisocial Personality Disorder
138(1)
Eating Disorders
139(1)
Suicide
140(1)
Psychotherapy Versus Common Sense
141(1)
Assessment of Efficacy of Psychotherapy
142(1)
Assessment of Efficacy of Psychotherapy (2)
143(1)
Assessment of Efficacy of Psychoanalysis
144(1)
Chemotherapy
145(1)
Chemotherapy (2)
146(1)
Attitudes and Behavior
147(1)
Commercials
148(1)
First Impressions
149(1)
Conformity
150(1)
Group Decision Making
151(1)
Environmental Psychology
152(1)
Environmental Psychology (2)
153

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