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For courses in Introductory Psychology, Critical Thinking and Scientific Reasoning.
This topically organized text integrates naturally with the flow of all introductory psychology courses presenting the differences between science and pseudoscience in a fun and interesting way. Timothy Lawson uses original sources to address the numerous pseudoscientific claims that students are exposed to through the media, the Internet and pop psychology books.
1. What is Pseudoscience?
2. Methodological and Statistical Reasoning
3. Neuroscience and Consciousness
4. Child Development
5. Sensation and Perception
6. Learning and Memory
8. Personality and Psychological Testing
9. Psychological Disorders and Therapies
10. Social Psychology