Psychology : Brain, Behavior and Culture

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Students often get lost in the details ...most will never take a second psychology course ...they often have trouble relating the material to their everyday lives...The new Fourth Edition of Kowalski & Westen's Psychology addresses these teaching challenges. The student develops evaluative reasoning through self-discovery for a lifetime of learning. Students are drawn into the material in a way that in-trigues and stimulates so they begin to see psychology at work in their daily lives. Like its predecessors, this new edition effectively captures the diversity and breadth of psychology. A complete overview of how human beings think, feel, and behave is included. Psychology is an evolving science, which continually addresses and re-addresses the relationship between psychological events and their neural underpinnings, between cognition and emotion, be-tween cultural processes and human evolution, between nature and nurture, and more

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  • Paperback | 848 pages
  • 232 x 277 x 26mm | 1,786g
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • New York, United States
  • 4th International edition
  • Illustrations (chiefly col.)
  • 047165244X
  • 9780471652441
  • 1,884,430

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Psychology: The Study of Mental Processes and Behavior Chapter 2. Research Methods in Psychology Chapter 3. Biological Bases of Mental Life and Behavior Chapter 4. Sensation and Perception Chapter 5. Learning Chapter 6. Memory Chapter 7. Thought and Language Chapter 8. Intelligence Chapter 9. Consciousness Chapter 10. Motivation and Emotion Chapter 11. Health, Stress, and Coping Chapter 12. Personality Chapter 13. Physical and Cognitive Development Chapter 14. Social Development Chapter 15. Psychological Disorders Chapter 16. Treatment of Psychological Disorders Chapter 17. Attitudes and Social Cognition Chapter 18. Interpersonal Processes Glossary G-1 References R-1 Photo Credits C-1 Text and Illustration Credits C-3 Name Index I-1 Subject Index I-16show more