Psychology: An Introduction
Prentice Hall, Aug 1, 1998 - Education - 400 pages
By Joyce Bishop, Golden West College. Each chapter contains an Overview to introduce students to the chapter; Class Notes Outline with space for students to take notes from the text and during lecture; a Learning Objectives exercise to test students' understanding of the main themes; a multiple choice Pretest and Posttest for guaging students' progress; Short Essay Questions to develop writing skills; Language Support Section for extra support in English; and Flash Cards of vocabulary terms.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Science of Psychology
Biological Basis of Behavior
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_ a _ _ C _ _ e _ _ h _ _ m _ _ n _ _ O _ _ r _ _ S _ _ u _ ________________ _I ________________ I ________________ ability Answers and Explanations axon basilar membrane behavior biological brain called Cataplexy cells cerebral cortex Class and Text Classical Conditioning cognitive cognitive therapy conﬂict cues Describe emotional Explain Explanations to Multiple feelings focusing your study Freud genetic Gestalt therapy hypothalamus I I I I I I inﬂuence intelligence Language Suppon Students learning objectives long-term memory mental morphemes motive Multiple Choice Multiple Choice Posttest Multiple Choice Pretest Narcolepsy neuron perception personality disorder Posttest After studying pretest will help problems psychology receptors reinforcement reticular formation sensory sexual Short Essay Questions sleep social stimulus stress Study Guide activities superego Suppon Students identified text as needing theory therapy tion unconditioned stimulus