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Author: Ann Weatherall; Marc Wilson; et al
Publisher: Auckland, N.Z.: Pearson, 2007.
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Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Weatherall; Marc Wilson; et al
ISBN: 9781877383021 1877383023
OCLC Number: 166313452
Notes: CD-ROM in pocket inside back cover entitled: Designing, conducting and reporting psychological research / Marc Wilson. Includes 3 Microsoft Excel worksheets: Correlation calculator ; Independent t-test calculator ; Paired samples t-test calculator.
Description: 144 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. + 1 CD-ROM
Contents: Ch. 1. The history of early psychological research in New Zealand / Simon Kemp. Introduction. Early days. Later developments in New Zealand psychology --
Ch. 2. Biological bases of behaviour / Susan Schenk and David Harper. Introduction. Research on the biological bases of behaviour in New Zealand. The neural basis of learning and memory. Neural basis and consequences of drug addiction. Concluding comments --
Ch. 3. Evolutionary psychology : a way of thinking in psychology / Rachel M Collie, Tony Ward and Theresa A Gannon. Introduction. The origins of an evolutionary approach. Contemporary approaches to evolutionary psychology. Specific applications of evolutionary perspectives. Concluding comments --
Ch. 4. Sensation and perception / John Perrone. Introduction. Sensation and perception research in New Zealand. Concluding comments --
Ch. 5. Learning and conditioning / David Harper. Introduction. Research in New Zealand. The experimental behavioural analysis of choice. The experimental behavioural analysis of memory function. Applied behaviour analysis. Behavioural analysis of animal welfare. Concluding comments --
Ch 6. Memory and cognition / John McDowall. Introduction. Distinguishing between different types of memory. Memory impairment. Memory distortions. Concluding comments --
Ch. 7. Cognitive development in infancy and early childhood / Jason Low and Ronald Atkins. Introduction. Cognitive development research. Early memory development and infantile amnesia. But what has all of this got to do with explaining childhood amnesia?. Concluding comments --
Ch. 8. New Zealand families : child rearing practices and attitudes / Jane Ritchie. Introduction. Psychology and families. Characteristics of New Zealand families. Child-rearing attitudes and practices. The next generations. From research to advocacy. Concluding comments --
Ch. 9. Social cognition / John McClure. Introduction. What underlies snap judgments : heuristics, stereotypes and illusory connections. How we explain people's actions : attributions. Applications of social cognition. Concluding comments --
Ch. 10. Social psychology and group processes / Marc Wilson. Introduction. The importance of personality. The importance of competition. The importance of identity. A discursive turn. Concluding comments --
Ch. 11. Emotion / Kenneth Strongman. Introduction. Understanding emotion. Emotion research in New Zealand. Recent research from Ken Strongman and colleagues. Concluding comments --
Ch. 12. Gender and sexuality / Ann Weatherall. Introduction. The psychology of gender and sexuality. Nature or nurture : New Zealander John Money and his theory of 'sexual neutrality at birth'. Feminist psychology. Sexuality. Concluding comments --
Ch. 13. Language and communication / Ann Weatherall. Introduction. The psychology of language. Language and social psychology. Social interaction and new communication technologies. Discursive psychology. Concluding comments --
Ch. 14. Maori and psychology : indigenous psychology in New Zealand / Linda Nikora. Introduction. Appreciating previous research. Maori and psychology research unit. Moko : public opinions and perceptions. Concluding comments --
Ch. 15. Abnormal and clinical psychology / Gail Tripp. Introduction. Special considerations in working with children. A New Zealand perspective on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Becoming a clinical psychologist in New Zealand --
Ch. 16. Forensic/criminal justice psychology / Devon L L Polaschek. Introduction. What is forensic/criminal justice psychology?. Criminal justice psychology research in New Zealand. Concluding comments --
Ch. 17. Health psychology in New Zealand. Concluding comments --
Ch. 18. Industrial and organisational psychology. Michael O'Driscoll and Paul Taylor. Introduction. Organisational psychology. Personnel psychology. Becoming an I/O psychologist in New Zealand --
References --
About the editors --
About the contributors --
Index --
On the CD : designing, conducting and reporting psychological research / Marc Wilson.
Responsibility: editors Ann Weatherall ... [et al.].

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