Michael W. Passer, Ronald E Smith, Nigel Holt, Andy Bremner, Ed Sutherland, Michael Vliek, "Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behaviour" English | 2009 | ISBN: 0077118367 | PDF | 1036 pages | 376 MB
Michael W. Passer coordinates the introductory psychology program at the University of Washington, which enrolls more than 3,000 students per year. He received his Bachelors degree from the University of Rochester, his Ph.D. from UCLA in social psychology, and has been a faculty member at the University of Washington since 1977. A former Danforth Foundation Fellow and U.W. Distinguished Teaching Award finalist, Dr. Passer has had a career-long love of teaching. He teaches introductory psychology twice yearly and also has taught courses in research methods, social psychology, industrial-organizational psychology, and attribution theory. Dr. Passer developed and annually offers a graduate course on Teaching of Psychology, which prepares students for their careers in the college classroom. He has published over 20 scientific articles and chapters, primarily in the areas of attribution, stress, and anxiety.
Ronald E. Smith is Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington, where he has served as Director of Clinical Psychology Training and as Head of the Social Psychology and Personality area. He received his Bachelors degree from Marquette University and his Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University. Dr. Smith has held faculty positions at Purdue University and at Washington, as well as visiting appointments at Marquette University, the University of Hawaii, the University of New Mexico, and UCLA. His major research interests are in personality, stress and coping, and in performance enhancement research and intervention. Dr. Smith is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and a Past President of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology. He has published more than 100 scientific articles and book chapters in his areas of interest and has authored or co-authored 19 books on introductory psychology, stress and stress management, sport psychology, and human performance enhancement.
Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behaviour imparts students with a scientific understanding of the field of psychology whilst also showing them the impact on their day-to-day existence. A simple conceptual framework within the text emphasizes relations between biological, psychological, and environmental levels of analysis and portrays the focus of modern psychology. Together with Research Close-Ups in each chapter; Beneath the Surface discussions and What Do You Think? questions, the text challenges students to think critically about psychology as a science and its impact on their lives.
Levels of Analysis: The books basic LOA framework emphasises how psychologists carefully study behaviour from diverse angles, and reinforces the core concept that behaviour typically has multiple causes.
Research Close-Ups: In each chapter, this feature uses a scientific-journal format to provide students with an inside look at a research study
Beneath the Surface discussions and What Do You Think? exercises
European and international research and examples, drawn from both classic and contemporary studies Expanded chapters on genes and neuroscience, cognitive and social development and social psychology
Chapter 1. The Science of Psychology Chapter 2. Studying Behaviour Scientifically Chapter 3 Genes, Environment, and Behavior Chapter 4 The Brain and Behavior Chapter 5. Sensation and Perception Chapter 6. States of Consciousness Chapter 7. Learning and Adaptation Chapter 8. Memory Chapter 9. Language and Thinking Chapter 10. Intelligence and Individual Differences Chapter 11. Motivation and Emotion Chapter 12. Cognitive Development Chapter 13. Social Development Chapter 14. Social Psychology Chapter 15. Personality Chapter 16. Health Psychology: Stress, Adjustment and Coping Chapter 17. Psychological Disorders Chapter 18. Treatment of Psychological Disorders
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