Cracking the GRE Psychology Subject Test

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Random House, Jan 1, 2005 - Psychology - 232 pages
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The GRE subject tests are among the most difficult standardized exams. Rather than testing general problem-solving skills, they require highly specialized knowledge.

The experts at The Princeton Review have thoroughly research each subject test to provide students with the most thorough, up-to-date information available. Students don't need to relearn the entire histories of their fields—just what they need to know to earn high scores on the exams.

Each guide includes one full-length practice exam, complete with comprehensive explanations for every solution.

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Contents

General Topics
6
Shortcuts 11
13
The Material
17
Experimental and Natural Sciences 3 Learning
19
Language
31
Memory
35
Cognition
43
Perception
49
Social Psychology
125
History of Psychology
135
Applied Psychology
143
Measurement
147
Research Design
153
Statistics
157
The Princeton Review Practice GRE Psychology Subject Test
167
Practice Test
169

Ethology
57
Comparative Psychology
65
Sensation
71
Physiological Psychology
77
Social Sciences 12 Clinical Psychology
87
Abnormal Psychology
101
Developmental Psychology
111
Personality
119
Answer Key
206
Appendix The Admissions Process
209
Going Back to School
211
Candidacy
221
The Application Process
223
About the Author
233
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Jay currently lives in California where she is completing work on her PhD in clinical psychology at U Cal Berkeley.

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