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Exploring psychology

Author: David G Myers; C Nathan DeWall
Publisher: New York, New York : Worth Publishers, 2014. ©2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Ninth EditionView all editions and formats
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The new ninth edition merges the rigor of science with a broad human perspective to provide a state-of-the-art introduction to psychology. From vivid presentation and intense attention to detail, to research-based study aids and media learning tools, the inviting, authorial voice of David Myers speaks to the life experiences of all students.
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Genre/Form: Textbooks
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David G Myers; C Nathan DeWall
ISBN: 9781464111723 9781464163364 1464163367 1464111723 9781429266796 1429266791 9781464108402 1464108404 9781464147050 1464147051
OCLC Number: 824619135
Notes: Timeline on lining papers.
Description: xl, 580, A-10, B-16, C-5, D-41, E-7, G-13, R-86, NI-14, SI-12 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Preface --
Time management: Or, how to be a great student and still have a life ----
CHAPTER 1. Thinking Critically With Psychological Science: ---
What Is Psychology? Psychology's roots ---
Contemporary Psychology: --
Psychology's biggest question --
Psychology's three main levels of analysis --
Psychology's subfields --
Need For Psychological Science: --
What about intuition and common sense? --
Scientific attitude: curious, skeptical, and humble --
Critical thinking --
How Do Psychologists Ask And Answer Questions?: --
Scientific method --
Description --
Correlation --
Experimentation --
Frequently asked questions about psychology --
Improve your retention-and your grades --
Biology Of Behavior: --
Biology and behavior --
Neural Communication: --
Neurons --
Neural impulse --
How neurons communicate --
How neurotransmitters influence us --
Nervous System: --
Peripheral nervous system --
Central nervous system --
Endocrine system --
Brain: --
Older brain structure --
Close Up: Tools of discovery-having our head examined --
Cerebral cortex --
Our divided brain --
Right-left differences in the intact brain --
Behavior Genetics: Predicting Individual Differences: --
Genes: our code for life --
Twins and adoption studies --
Gene-environment interaction --
Evolutionary Psychology: Understanding Human Nature: --
Natural selection and adaptation --
Evolutionary success helps explain similarities --
Consciousness And The Two-Track Mind: --
Brain And Consciousness: --
Dual processing: the two-track mind --
Selective attention --
Sleep And Dreams: --
Biological rhythms and sleep --
Sleep theories --
Sleep deprivation and sleep disorders --
Dreams --
Hypnosis: --
Frequently asked questions about hypnosis --
Explaining the hypnotized state --
Drugs And Consciousness: --
Tolerance, dependence, and addiction --
Thinking Critically About: Addiction --
Types of psychoactive drugs --
Influences on drug use --
Developing Through The Life Span: --
Developmental psychology's major issues Prenatal Development And The New Born: --
Conception --
Prenatal development --
Competent newborn --
Infancy And Childhood: --
Physical development --
Cognitive development --
Close Up: Autism and mind-blindness --
Social development --
Reflections on nature and nurture --
Adolescence: --
Physical development --
Cognitive development --
Social development --
Thinking Critically About: How much credit or blame do parents deserve? --
Emerging adulthood --
Reflections on continuity and stages --
Adulthood: --
Physical development --
Cognitive development --
Social development --
Reflections on stability land change --
Gender And Sexuality: --
Gender Development: --
Genes: how are we alike? How do we differ? --
Nature of gender: our biology --
Nurture of gender: our culture --
Human Sexuality: --
Physiology of sex --
Psychology of sex --
Close Up: Sexualization of girls --
Sexual orientation: --
Environment and sexual orientation --
Biology and sexual orientation --
Evolutionary Explanation Of Human Sexuality: --
Gender differences in sexuality --
Natural selection and mating preferences --
Critiquing the evolutionary perspective --
Reflections on gender, sexuality, and nature-nurture interaction --
Sensation And Perception: --
Basic Principles Of Sensation And Perception: --
Transduction --
Thresholds --
Thinking Critically About: Can subliminal messages control our behavior? --
Sensory adaptation --
Perceptual set --
Context effects --
Emotion and motivation --
Vision: --
Stimulus input: light energy --
Eye --
Visual information processing --
Color vision --
Visual organization --
Visual interpretation --
Hearing: --
Stimulus input: sound waves --
Ear --
Other Senses: --
Touch --
Pain --
Taste --
Smell--
Body position and movement --
Sensory Interaction: --
Thinking Critically About: ESP- Perception Without Sensations? --
Learning: --
How do we learn? --
Classical Conditioning: --
Pavlov's experiments --
Pavlov's legacy --
Operant Conditioning: --
Skinner's experiments --
Skinner's legacy --
Close Up: Training our partners --
Contrasting classical and operant conditioning --
Biology, Cognition, And Learning: --
Biological constraints on conditioning --
Cognition's influence on conditioning --
Learning By Observation: --
Mirrors and imitation in the brain --
Applications of observational learning --
Thinking Critically About: Does viewing media violence trigger violent behavior? --
Memory: --
Studying Memory: --
Memory models --
Building Memories: Encoding: --
Dual-track memory: effortful versus automatic processing --
Automatic processing and implicit memories --
Effortful processing and explicit memories --
Memory Storage --
Retaining information in the brain --
Synaptic changes --
Retrieval: Getting Information Out: --
Measuring retention --
Retrieval cues --
Forgetting: --
Forgetting and the two-track mind --
Encoding failure --
Storage decay --
Retrieval failure --
Memory Construction Errors: --
Misinformation and imagination effects --
Source amnesia --
Discerning true and false memories --
Children's eyewitness recall --
Repressed or constructed memories of abuse? --
Improving memory --
Thinking Language, And Intelligence: --
Thinking: --
Concepts --
Problem solving: strategies and obstacles --
Forming good and bad decisions and judgments --
Thinking Critically About: Fear factor-why we fear the wrong things --
Thinking creatively --
Close Up: Fostering your own creativity --
Do other species share our cognitive skills? --
Language: --
Language structure --
Language development --
Brain and language --
Do other species have language? --
Thinking And Language: --
Language influences thinking --
Thinking in images --
Intelligence: --
What is intelligence? --
Assessing intelligence --
Aging and intelligence --
Close Up: Extremes of intelligence --
Genetic and environmental influences on intelligence --
Group differences in intelligence test scores --
Motivation And Emotion: --
Motivational Concepts: --
Instincts and evolutionary psychology --
Drives and incentives --
Optimum arousal --
Hierarchy of motives --
Hunger: --
Physiology of hunger --
Psychology of hunger --
Obesity and weight control --
Close Up: Waist management --
Need To Belong: --
Benefits of belonging --
Pain of being shut out --
Connecting and social networking --
Close Up: Managing your social networking --
Achievement motivation --
Emotion: Arousal, Behavior, And Cognition: --
Historical emotion theories --
Schachter-Singer Two Factor Theory: Arousal + Label = Emotion --
Zajonc, LeDoux, and Lazarus: does cognition always precede emotion? --
Embodied Emotion: --
Basic emotions --
Emotions and the autonomic nervous system --
Physiology of emotions --
Thinking Critically About: Lie detection --
Expressed And Experienced Emotion: --
Detecting emotion in others --
Gender and emotion --
Culture and emotion --
Effects of facial expressions --
Stress, Health, And Human Flourishing: --
Stress And Health: --
Stress: some basic concepts --
Stress and illness --
Close Up: Tips for handling anger --
Coping With Stress: --
Personal control --
Optimism versus pessimism --
Social support --
Close Up: Pets are friends, too --
Reducing Stress: --
Aerobic exercise --
Relaxation and meditation --
Faith communities and health --
Happiness: --
Positive psychology --
What affects our well-being? --
What predicts our happiness levels? --
Close Up: Want to be happier? --
Personality --
Psychodynamic Theories: --
Freud's psychoanalytic perspective: exploring the unconscious --
Neo-Freudian and psychodynamic theorists --
Assessing unconscious processes --
Evaluating Freud's psychoanalytic perspective and modern views of the unconscious --
Humanistic Theories: --
Abraham Maslow's self-actualizing person --
Carl Rogers' person-centered perspective --
Assessing the self --
Evaluating humanistic theories --
Trait Theories: --
Exploring traits --
Assessing traits --
Thinking Critically About: How to be a successful astrologer or palm reader --
Big five factors --
Evaluating trait theories --
Social-Cognitive Theories: --
Reciprocal influences --
Assessing behavior in situations --
Evaluating social-cognitive theories --
Exploring The Self: --
Benefits of self-esteem --
Self-serving bias --
Culture and the self --
Social Psychology --
Social Thinking: --
Fundamental attribution error --
Attitudes and actions --
Social Influence: --
Cultural influences --
Conformity: complying with social pressures --
Obedience: following orders --
Group behavior --
Social Relations: --
Prejudice --
Close Up: Automatic prejudice --
Aggression --
Attraction --
Close Up: Online matchmaking and speed dating --
Altruism --
Conflict and peacemaking --
Psychological Disorders --
What Is A Psychological Disorder?: --
Understanding psychological disorders --
Thinking Critically About: ADHD-normal high energy or genuine disorder? --
Classifying disorders-and labeling people --
Thinking Critically About: Insanity and responsibility --
Anxiety Disorders: --
Generalized anxiety disorder --
Panic disorder --
Phobias --
Obsessive-compulsive disorder --
Post-traumatic stress disorder --
Understanding anxiety disorders --
Mood Disorders: --
Major depressive disorder --
Bipolar disorder --
Understanding mood disorders --
Close Up: Suicide and self-injury --
Schizophrenia: --
Symptoms of schizophrenia --
Onset and development of schizophrenia --
Understanding schizophrenia --
Other Disorders: --
Dissociative disorders --
Eating disorders --
Personality disorders --
Rates of psychological disorders --
Therapy:--
Treating psychological disorders --
Psychological Therapies: --
Psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapy --
Humanistic therapies --
Behavior therapies --
Cognitive therapies --
Group and family therapies --
Evaluating Psychotherapies: --
Is psychotherapy effective? --
Which psychotherapies work best? --
Evaluating alternative therapies --
How do psychotherapies help people? --
Culture and values in psychotherapy --
Close Up: Consumer's guide to mental health professionals --
Biomedical Therapies: --
Drug therapies --
Brain stimulation --
Psychosurgery --
Therapeutic lifestyle change --
Preventing Psychological Disorders: --
Resilience --
Creating healthy environments --
Appendix A: Statistical reasoning in everyday life --
Appendix B: Psychology at work --
Appendix C: Subfields of psychology --
Appendix D: Complete chapter reviews --
Appendix E: Answers to experience the testing effect questions --
Glossary --
References --
Name index --
Subject index.
Other Titles: Psychology
Responsibility: David G. Myers, Hope College, Holland, Michigan; special contributor, C. Nathan DeWall, University of Kentucky.
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