Concept Modules with Note-Taking and Practice Exams
Cengage Learning, Nov 12, 2007 - Psychology - 96 pages
The Concept Module was written by Claudia Cochran of El Paso Community College; the Practice Exams, by Shawn Talbot of Kellogg Community College. For each chapter, this book gives students each chapter's key concepts in a visual layout, a place to take notes, and a practice exam of 20 multiple-choice questions.
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Introducing Psychology and Research Methods
Brain and Behavior
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ability activity Aggression Androgyny anxiety arousal Attitudes Aversive Therapy biological brain cause cerebral cortex Chapter classical conditioning Cognitive Cognitive Therapy concept modules conflicts considered cortex Creative Cues Culture Delusional Disorders depression Desensitization Development dissociative dream drug effect emotional endocrine system environment example Existential therapy experience feelings frustration gender genetic genital goals habits Hallucinations human identified images intelligence Interpersonal Attraction involves juries language Learned helplessness learning levels Lobes memory mental disorder mental processes motives nervous system neurons Notes MODULE NREM observation observational learning occurs one's operant conditioning paraphilia perception personality physical positive Practice Exams Prejudice primary problem solving Psychodynamic Psychology in Action Psychosurgery Psychotherapy Punishment rape refers Reflex reinforcement relationship result reward scientific score Secondary self-actualization self-esteem sensations sensory sensory memory skills sleep social Stage stimulus stress technique tests theory thinking thoughts Trait Theories traits variable