Psychology and Your Life with P.O.W.E.R Learning4th Edition
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Chapter One: Introduction to Psychology
Module 1 Psychologists at Work
Module 2 A Science Evolves: The Past, the Present, and the Future
Module 3 Research in Psychology
Module 4 Critical Research Issues
Chapter Two: Neuroscience and Behavior
Module 5 Neurons: The Basic Elements of Behavior
Module 6 The Nervous System and the Endocrine System: Communicating within the Body
Module 7 The Brain
Chapter Three: Sensation and Perception
Module 8 Sensing the World Around Us
Module 9 Vision: Shedding Light on the Eye
Module 10 Hearing and the Other Senses
Module 11 Perceptual Organization: Constructing Our View of the World
Chapter Four: States of Consciousness
Module 12 Sleep and Dreams
Module 13 Hypnosis and Meditation
Module 14 Drug Use: The Highs and Lows of Consciousness
Chapter Five: Learning
Module 15 Classical Conditioning
Module 16 Operant Conditioning
Module 17 Cognitive Approaches to Learning
Chapter Six: Thinking: Memory, Cognition, and Language
Module 18 The Foundations of Memory
Module 19 Recall and Forgetting
Module 20 Thinking, Reasoning, and Problem Solving
Module 21 Language
Chapter Seven: Motivation and Emotion
Module 22 Explaining Motivation
Module 23 Human Needs and Motivation: Eat, Drink, and Be Daring
Module 24 Understanding Emotional Experiences
Chapter Eight: Development
Module 25 Nature, Nurture, and Prenatal Development
Module 26 Infancy and Childhood
Module 27 Adolescence: Becoming an Adult
Module 28 Adulthood
Chapter Nine: Personality and Individual Differences
Module 29 Psychodynamic Approaches to Personality
Module 30 Trait, Learning, Biological and Evolutionary, and Humanistic Approaches to Personality
Module 31 Assessing Personality: Determining What Makes Us Distinctive
Module 32 Intelligence
Chapter Ten: Psychological Disorders
Module 33 Normal versus Abnormal: Making the Distinction
Module 34 The Major Psychological Disorders
Module 35 Psychological Disorders in Perspective
Chapter Eleven: Treatment of Psychological Disorders
Module 36 Psychotherapy: Psychodynamic, Behavioral, and Cognitive Approaches to Treatment
Module 37 Psychotherapy: Humanistic, Interpersonal, and Group Approaches to Treatment
Module 38 Biomedical Therapy: Biological Approaches to Treatment
Chapter Twelve: Social Psychology
Module 39 Attitudes and Social Cognition
Module 40 Social Influence and Groups
Module 41 Prejudice and Discrimination
Module 42 Positive and Negative Social Behavior
Module 43 Stress and Coping
Name Index NI-1
Subject Index SI-1
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