5 Steps to a 5 500 AP Psychology Questions to Know by Test Day

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 5, 2011 - Study Aids - 208 pages
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Organized for easy reference and crucial practice, coverage of all the essential topics presented as 500 AP-style questions with detailed answer explanations

5 Steps to a 5: 500 AP Psychology Questions to Know by Test Day is tailored to meet your study needs--whether you’ve left it to the last minute to prepare or you have been studying for months. You will benefit from going over the questions written to parallel the topic, format, and degree of difficulty of the questions contained in the AP exam, accompanied by answers with comprehensive explanations.

Features:

  • 500 AP-style questions and answers referenced to core AP materials
  • Review explanations for right and wrong answers
  • Additional online practice
  • Close simulations of the real AP exams
  • Updated material reflects the latest tests
  • Online practice exercises
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Schools of Thought
1
Chapter 2 Research Methods
7
Chapter 3 The Brain
11
Chapter 4 Neuroscience
17
Chapter 5 Sensation and Perception
21
Chapter 6 Consciousness Sleep and Dreams
27
Chapter 7 Drugs and Hypnosis
35
Chapter 8 Classical Conditioning
41
Chapter 15 Emotion
89
Infancy and Childhood
95
Adolescence and Adulthood
101
Death and Dying
107
Chapter 19 Freudian Psychology
109
Chapter 20 Personality Psychology
115
Chapter 21 Stress and Coping
121
Chapter 22 Disorders
125

Chapter 9 Operant Conditioning and Cognitive Learning
47
Chapter 10 Memory
55
Chapter 11 Remembering and Forgetting
61
Chapter 12 Intelligence and Testing
67
Chapter 13 Thought and Language
75
Chapter 14 Motivation
83
Chapter 23 Mood Disorders and Schizophrenia
131
Chapter 24 Therapies
137
Chapter 25 Social Psychology
143
Answers
149
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Lauren Williams is a New York City high school teacher. During her time as a social studies at a specialized high school, she created a college board approved curriculum for advanced placement psychology.

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