Schaum's Outline of Introduction to Psychology

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<H3> Psychology: Definition and History.<H3> Definition and Purpose.<H3> Areas of Study.<H3> The Background and Beginning of Psychology.<H3> Early Development of Psychology.<H3> Current Outlooks in Psychology.<H3> Methodology and Statistics.<H3> The Experimental Method.<H3> The Hypothesis.<H3> Experimental and Dependent Variables.<H3> Extraneous and Confounding Variables.<H3> Sampling.<H3> Experimenter Bias.<H3> Other Psychological Methodologies.<H3> Statistics.<H3> Frequency Distributions.<H3> Measures of Central Tendency.<H3> Measures of Variability.<H3> The Normal Probability Distribution.<H3> Correlation.<H3> Inferential Statistics.<H3> Biological Foundations.<H3> Elements of a Neuron.<H3> Transmission of a Signal.<H3> Organization of the Nervous System.<H3> The Glandular Systems.<H3> Developmental Psychology.<H3> Genetics.<H3> Evolution and Genetics.<H3> Physical Development.<H3> Cognitive Development.<H3> Social Development.<H3> Sensation and Perception.<H3> Basic Sensory Processes.<H3> Signal Detection Theory.<H3> Types of Sensory Processes.<H3> Perception: External Cues.<H3> Perception: Internal Cues.<H3> Unusual Perceptual Experiences.<H3> Consciousness.<H3> Characteristics of Consciousness.<H3> Altered States of Consciousness: Internal Influences.<H3> Altered States of Consciousness: External Influences.<H3> Learning.<H3> Classical Conditioning.<H3> Operant Conditioning.<H3> Cognitive Social Learning.<H3> Retention and Forgetting.<H3> Definitions.<H3> Types of Storage.<H3> Measures of Retention.<H3> Theories of Forgetting.<H3> Ways to Improve Memory.<H3> Special Issues in Retention.<H3> Cognitive Processes.<H3> Conceptual Thinking.<H3> Problem Solving.<H3> Decision Making.<H3> Language.<H3> Motivation and Emotion.<H3> The Motivation Cycle.<H3> Principles of Motivation.<H3> Types of Motives.<H3> Conflict.<H3> General Characteristics of Emotions.<H3> Basic Types of Emotions.<H3> Theories of Emotion.<H3> Special Topics in Emotion.<H3> Psychological Testing and Individual Differences.<H3> Characteristics of a Good Test.<H3> Measuring Intelligence.<H3> Composition of Intelligence.<H3> Assessing Personality.<H3> Other Testing Areas.<H3> Testing Concerns.<H3> Personality Principles.<H3> General Factors Influencing Personality.<H3> Freud's Theory of Personality.<H3> Other Psychodynamic Theories.<H3> Dispositional Theories of Peronality.<H3> Learning Theories of Personality.<H3> Humanistic Theories of Personality.<H3> Cross-Cultural Differences in Personality.<H3> Abnoral Personality Patterns.<H3> Definition of Abnormal Personality Patterns.<H3> Perspective on Abnormal Behaviors.<H3> Anxiety Disorders.<H3> Somatoform Disorders.<H3> Mood Disorders.<H3> Schizophrenic Disorders.<H3> Personality Disorders.<H3> Considerations for Diagnosis of Abnormality.<H3> Therapies.<H3> General Overview of Therapy.<H3> Biomedical Therapies.<H3> Psychodynamic Therapies.<H3> Humanistic Therapies.<H3> Cognitive Therapies.<H3> Group Therapies.<H3> Other Concerns With Therapy.<H3> Social Psychology.<H3> Social Knowledge.<H3> Attitudes.<H3> Prejudice.<H3> Interpersonal Attraction.<H3> Group Behavior.<H4> Examination I.<H4> Examination II.<H4> Examination III.<H4> Final Examination.


Arno F. Wittig, Ph.D. (Muncie, IN) has been a professor of psychology for almost 35 years and Dean of the Honors College at Ball State University in Indiana for the past eleven years.
EAN: 9780071347099
ISBN: 0071347097
Untertitel: 'Schaums' Humanities Social Science'. 2 Rev ed. black & white illustrations. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2000
Seitenanzahl: 336 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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