Psychology Resources on the World Wide Web / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Cengage Learning
A concise guide to psychology-related resources on the World Wide Web Organized by topic, this handy guide is designed to serve as a directory for students who may be conducting research via the Internet. As the use of technology in education continues to grow, instructors in all disciplines psychology included are looking for ways to incorporate Web resources into their classes. The author presents an up-to-date, comprehensive book that is organized topically (similar to that of a typical introductory psychology text) and includes a chapter on how to perform research on the Web.
Table of Contents
1. Locating Web Resources. 2. Evaluating Web Resources. 3. General Resources in Psychology. 4. Psychology as History and as Science. 5. Biological Bases of Behavior. 6. Sensation, Perception, and Consciousness. 7. Learning and Conditioning. 8. Memory. 9. Language and Cognition. 10. Intelligence and Testing. 11. Motivation and Emotion. 12. Human Development. 13. Personality. ]14. Abnormal Behavior. 15. Therapy. 16. Stress, Coping, and Health. 17. Social Behavior. 18. Research and Statistics. Alphabetical List of Sites.