Introductory Psychology: The Modern View

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H. Davidson, 1982 - Psychology - 392 pages
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The Basics of Psychology
O Learning
Memory and Forgetting

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ability abnormal behavior Abraham Maslow American Psychiatric Association antipsychotics anxiety anxiety disorders Approach-avoidance conflict associated attitudes attribution theory autonomic nervous system Aversion Therapy axon B. F. Skinner behaviorists binocular cues biofeedback blood pressure brain called Carl Rogers catatonic schizophrenia central nervous system Chapter child classical conditioning Client-centered therapy conditioned stimulus conditioning conflict Conversion Disorders cues Decay theory decibels depression descriptive statistics disorders Disorganized schizophrenia drugs Dysthymic Disorders E. L. THORNDIKE effects electroshock therapy emotional environment Esther Bubley example experience experimental extraneous variables fear feelings Figure Freud frontalis muscle group therapy Gustav Fechner havior Holography homeostasis human hypertension hypnosis hypothalamus impulses individual interference theory Interpersonal attraction Ivan Pavlov learning limbic system long-term memory marijuana measure memory ment mental mental retardation migraine Milgram Experiments mnemonic Moro reflex mother motivation muscle negative reinforcement nervous system neurons neurosis obesity observational learning observed occur often organism pain Paraphilias parasympathetic nervous system parents patients perceive perception Perceptual Constancies peripheral nervous system person physical physiological primary reinforcers Proactive inhibition problems psychoanalysis psychoanalytic theory psychokinesis psychologists PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGIC DISORDERS psychotherapy rats recall receptors reflex reinforcement relaxation Reprinted by permission Residual schizophrenia response retina retinal disparity Retroactive inhibition role Rorschach Inkblot Test scores secondary reinforcers self-actualization self-concept sensory sensory receptors sensory systems sensory threshold sexual short-term memory Sigmund Freud situation Skinner box social Social facilitation social learning theory Social Psychology somatic nervous system state-dependent learning stimulus subjects superego sympathetic nervous system tardive dyskinesia techniques tension tension headache thalamus theory therapist therapy thoughts tion Trait theory transactional analysis transcendental meditation Unification Church Universal Press Syndicate usually variable Wilhelm Wundt

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