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Overview

The most learner-centered and assessment-driven text available

With its engaging writing style and comprehensive coverage of key research, Psychology, 3/e, awakens students’ curiosity and energizes their desire to learn more. This brief version draws readers into an ongoing dialogue about psychology, allowing them to fully grasp the subject. The authors establish clear learning objectives tied to the most recent APA-recommended undergraduate learning outcomes.

MyPsychLab is an integral part of the Ciccarelli/White program. Engaging activities plus assessments provide a teaching and learning system that helps students master psychological concepts more readily. With MyPsychLab, students can watch videos on research and applications, participate in virtual classic experiments, and develop critical thinking skills through writing.

Psychology, 3/e, is available in a new DSM-5 Updated Edition. To learn more, click here.

This title is available in a variety of formats - digital and print. Pearson offers its titles on the devices students love through Pearson's MyLab products, CourseSmart, Amazon, and more.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205832576
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 1/14/2011
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 792
  • Sales rank: 200,158
  • Product dimensions: 9.30 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Saundra K. Ciccarelli, Professor of Psychology for over 28 years at Gulf Coast Community College; Ph.D in developmental psychology from Peabody College of Vanderbilt University.

J. Noland White, Associate Professor in the Department of Pschological Science at Georgia College and State University; Ph.D. in Education from The University of Tennessee with a major in counseling psychology and specialty focus in neuropsychology.

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Table of Contents

Ch Intro Psychology in Action: Secrets for Surviving College and Improving Your Grades

Study Methods: Different Strokes for Different Folks

Reading Textbooks: Textbooks Are Not Meatloaf

How to Take Notes: Printing Out PowerPoint Slides Is Not Taking Notes

Studying for Exams: Cramming Is Not an Option

Writing Papers: Planning Makes Perfect

Ch01 The Science of Psychology

What is Psychology?

Psychology then: The History of Psychology

Psychology Now: Modern Perspectives

Psychological Professionals and Areas of Specialization

Psychology: The Scientific Methodology

Ethics of Psychological Research

The Criteria for Critical Thinking

Ch02 Biological Perspective

An Overview of the Nervous System

Neurons and Nerves: Building the Network

The Central Nervous System-The “Central Processing Unit”

The Peripheral Nervous System-Nerves on the Edge

Distant Connections: The Endocrine Glands

Lookink Inside the Living Brain

From the Bottom Up: the Structures of the Brain

Ch03 Sensation and Perception

The ABCs of Sensation

the Science of Seeing

The Hearing Sense: Can You Hear Me Now?

Chemical Senses: It Tastes Good and Smells even Better

Somesthetic Senses: What the Body Knows

The ABCs of Perception

Ch04 Consciousness: Sleep, Dreams, Hypnosis, and Drugs

What is Consciousness?

Altered States: Sleep

Dreams

Altered States: The Effects of Hypnosis

Altered States: The Influence of Psychoactive Drugs

Ch05 Learning

Definition of Learning

It Makes Your Mouth Water: Classical Conditioning

What’s in It for Me? Operant Conditioning

Cognitive Learning Theory

Observational Learning

Ch06 Memory

Three Processes of Memory

Models of Memory

The Information-Processing Model: Three Memory Systems

Getting It Out: Retrieval of Long-Term Memories

The Reconstructive Nature of Long-Term Memory Retrieval: How Reliable Are Memories?

What Were We Talking About? Forgetting

Neuroscience of Memory

Ch07 Cognition: Thinking, Intelligence, and Language

How People Think

Intelligence

Language

Applying Psychology to Everyday Life: Mental and Physical Exercise Combine for Better Cognitive Health

Ch08 Development Across the Life Span

Issues in Studying Human Development

The Basic Building Blocks of Development

Prenatal Development

Infancy and Childhood Development

Adolescence

Adulthood

Ch09 Motivation and Emotion

Approaches To Understanding Motivation

What, Hungry Again? Why People Eat

Emotion

Ch10 Sexuality and Gender

The Physical Side of Human Sexuality

The Psychological Side of Human Sexuality: Gender

Human Sexual Behavior

Sexual Dysfunctions and Problems

Sexually Transmitted Infections

Ch11 Stress and Health

Stress and Stressors

Physiological Factors: Stress and Health

Coping With Stress

Ch12 Social Psychology

Social Influence: Conformity, Compliance, Obedience and group behavior

Social Cognition: Attitudes, Impression Formation, and Attribution

Social Interaction: Prejudice, Love, and Aggression

liking and loving: interpersonal attraction

Aggression and prosocial behavior

Ch13 Theories of Personality

Theories of Personality

The Man and the Couch: Sigmund Freud and the Psychodynamic Perspective

The Behaviorist and Social Cognitive View of Personality

The Third Force: Humanism and Personality

Trait Theories: Who are You?

The Biology of Personality: Behavioral Genetics

Assessment of Personality

Ch14 Psychological Disorders

What is Abnormality?

Models of Abnormality

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-IV-TR)

Anxiety Disorders: What, Me Worry?

Mood Disorders: The Effect of Affect

Eating Disorders

Dissociative Disorders: Altered Identities

Schizophrenia: Altered Reality

Personality Disorders: I’m OK, it’s Everyone Else Who’s Weird

Ch15 Psychological Therapies

Two Kinds of Therapy

The Early Days: Ice-Water Baths and Electric Shocks

Psychotherapy Begins

Humanistic Therapy: To Err is Human

Behavior Therapies: Learning One’s Way to Better Behavior

Cognitive Therapies: Thinking is Believing

Group Therapies: Not JUST for the Shy

Does Psychotherapy Really Work?

Biomedical Therapies

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