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Psychology, 2nd edition

  • Amy J. Marin
  • Roger R. Hock
Revel for Psychology -- Instant Access

ISBN-13: 9780134623849

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  • Revel
  • Instant Access

2nd edition

Published byPearson (January 8th 2019) - Copyright © 2020

Instant access
$49.99
Instant access
$49.99

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  • Revel

    An interactive, digital, and mobile learning environment that replaces the traditional printed text. To register, you’ll need a course invite link from your instructor.

  • Instant Access

    You'll get instant access to the digital content.

Overview

For courses in Introductory Psychology

Foster student success with accessible writing and an active-learning approach
Revel™ Psychology
meets all students where they are and provides exactly what they need to be successful in the Introductory Psychology course.

Building on their inviting writing style, authors Amy Marin and Roger Hock immerse students in interactive learning at every turn. The 2nd Edition offers additional ways to support each reader’s individual needs in the form of new Choose Your Example features and an enriching Your Turn to Prepare for Success introductory chapter. With its straightforward writing style and consistent application opportunities, Revel Psychology is designed to help all students achieve success.

NOTE: Revel is a fully digital delivery of Pearson content. This ISBN is for the standalone Revel access card. In addition to this access card, you will need a course invite link, provided by your instructor, to register for and use Revel.

Table of contents

I. Brief TOC

Introduction: Your Turn to Prepare for Success
1. The Science of Psychology
2. Biology and Behavior
3. Sensation and Perception
4. Consciousness
5. Learning
6. Memory
7. Cognitive Processes
8. Motivation and Emotion
9. Lifespan Development
10. Personality
11. Social Psychology
12. Sexuality and Gender
13. Health Psychology
14. Psychological Disorders
15. Therapy


II. Detailed TOC

Introduction: Your Turn to Prepare for Success
0.1: Getting to Know You
0.2: How to Study for Your Psychology Class
0.3: Improving Your Memory
0.4: The Power of Sleep
0.5: The Hidden Rules of College
0.6: Keeping Calm Under Stress
0.7: Getting the Most Out of Revel
 
1. The Science of Psychology
1.1: What Is Psychology?
1.2: Approaches to Human Behavior
1.3: Conducting Research in Psychology
1.4: Experimental Methods
1.5: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
2. Biology and Behavior
2.1: Biological Models of Behavior
2.2: The Nervous and Endocrine Systems
2.3: The Brain
2.4: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
3. Sensation and Perception
3.1: Principles of Sensation
3.2: Your Sensory Equipment
3.3: Perception
3.4: Perceptual Interpretation
3.5: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
4. Consciousness
4.1: States of Consciousness
4.2: Sleep
4.3: Dreams
4.4: Hypnosis and Meditation
4.5: Drug-Altered Consciousness
4.6: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
5. Learning
5.1: Rudimentary Learning
5.2: Classical Conditioning
5.3: Operant Conditioning
5.4: Cognitive Learning
5.5: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
6. Memory
6.1: Memory’s Three Tasks
6.2: The Biology of Memory
6.3: Forgetting
6.4: Improving Your Memory
6.5: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
7. Cognitive Processes
7.1: Thinking
7.2: Language
7.3: Intelligence
7.4: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
8. Motivation and Emotion
8.1: Theories of Motivation
8.2: Motivation in Action: Hunger and Achievement
8.3: Explaining Emotions
8.4: Emotional Experience and Expression
8.5: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
9. Lifespan Development

9.1: The Science of Development 340
9.2: Prenatal and Newborn Development
9.3: Infancy and Childhood
9.4: Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
9.5: Adulthood
9.6: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
10. Personality
10.1: What Is Personality?
10.2: Approaches to Personality I
10.3: Approaches to Personality II
10.4: Personality Assessment
10.5: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
11. Social Psychology
11.1: Social Influence
11.2: Social Cognition
11.3: Group Processes
11.4: Relating to Others
11.5: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
12. Sexuality and Gender
12.1: The Biology of Sex
12.2: The Psychology of Gender
12.3 Sexual Orientation
12.4 Sexual Behaviors
12.5 Sexual Responsibility
12.6: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
13. Health Psychology

13.1: Introducing Health Psychology
13.2: Health Behavior
13.3: Stress
13.4: Coping with Stress
13.5: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
14. Psychological Disorders

14.1: Understanding Abnormality
14.2: Origins and Developmental Disorders
14.3: Mood and Anxiety Disorders
14.4: Dissociative, Somatic, Impulse Control, and Personality Disorders
14.5: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now
 
15. Therapy

15.1: Historical Treatment of Abnormality
15.2: Biological Therapies
15.3: Psychotherapies
15.4: Other Approaches to Therapy
15.5: Studies that Changed Psychology: Then and Now

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