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100 1  Weiten, Wayne,|d1950-|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names
       /n82050049 
245 10 Psychology :|bthemes and variations /|cWayne Weiten ; with
       critical thinking applications by Diane F. Halpern. 
250    5th ed. 
264  1 Belmont, CA :|bWadsworth Thomson Learning,|c[2001] 
264  4 |c©2001 
300    xlv, 697 pages, 144 unnumbered pages :|billustrations 
       (chiefly colour) ;|c28 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 00 |gChapter 1|tEvolution of Psychology --|tFrom Speculation 
       to Science: How Psychology Developed|g2 --|tPsychology 
       Today: Vigorous and Diversified|g17 --|tPersonal 
       Application - Improving Academic Performance|g27 --
       |tCritical Thinking Application - Developing Critical 
       Thinking Skills: An Introduction|g32 --|gChapter 2
       |tResearch Enterprise in Psychology --|tLooking for Laws: 
       The Scientific Approach to Behavior|g38 --|tLooking for 
       Causes: Experimental Research|g42 --|tLooking for Links: 
       Descriptive/Correlational Research|g48 --|tLooking for 
       Conclusions: Statistics and Research|g53 --|tLooking for 
       Flaws: Evaluating Research|g57 --|tLooking at Ethics: Do 
       the Ends Justify the Means?|g61 --|tPutting It in 
       Perspective|g65 --|tPersonal Application - Finding and 
       Reading Journal Articles|g66 --|tCritical Thinking 
       Application - The Perils of Anecdotal Evidence: "I Have A 
       Friend Who..."|g71 --|gChapter 3|tBiological Bases of 
       Behavior --|tCommunication in the Nervous System|g76 --
       |tOrganization of the Nervous System|g83 --|tLooking 
       Inside the Brain: Research Methods|g86 --|tBrain and 
       Behavior|g91 --|tRight Brain/Left Brain: Cerebral 
       Laterality|g98 --|tEndocrine System: Another Way to 
       Communicate|g101 --|tHeredity And Behavior: Is It All In 
       the Genes?|g102 --|tEvolutionary Bases of Behavior|g108 --
       |tPersonal Application - Evaluating The Concept of "Two 
       Minds In One"|g116 --|tCritical Thinking Application - 
       Building Better Brains: The Perils of Extrapolation|g120 -
       -|gChapter 4|tSensation and Perception --|tPsychophysics: 
       Basic Concepts and Issues|g126 --|tOur Sense of Sight: The
       Visual System|g131 --|tOur Sense of Hearing: The Auditory 
       System|g157 --|tOur Chemical Senses: Taste and Smell|g162 
       --|tOur Sense of Touch: Sensory Systems in the Skin|g165 -
       -|tOur Other Senses|g167 --|tPersonal Application - 
       Appreciating Art and Illusion|g169 --|tCritical Thinking 
       Application - Recognizing Contrast Effects: It's All 
       Relative|g174 --|gChapter 5|tVariations in Consciousness -
       -|tOn the Nature of Consciousness|g180 --|tBiological 
       Rhythms and Sleep|g182 --|tSleep and Waking Cycle|g184 --
       |tWorld of Dreams|g195 --|tHypnosis: Altered Consciousness
       or Role Playing?|g199 --|tMeditation: Pure Consciousness 
       or Relaxation?|g202 --|tAltering Consciousness with Drugs
       |g204 --|tPutting It in Perspective|g211 --|tPersonal 
       Application - Addressing Practical Questions About Sleep 
       and Dreams|g212 --|tCritical Thinking Application - Is 
       Alcoholism a Disease? The Power of Definitions|g216 --
       |gChapter 6|tLearning --|tClassical Conditioning|g222 --
       |tOperant Conditioning|g232 --|tChanging Directions in the
       Study of Conditioning|g246 --|tObservational Learning|g250
       --|tPersonal Application - Achieving Self-Control Through 
       Behavior Modification|g256 --|tCritical Thinking 
       Application - Manipulating Emotions: Pavlov and Persuasion
       |g260 --|gChapter 7|tHuman Memory --|tEncoding: Getting 
       Information Into Memory|g267 --|tStorage: Maintaining 
       Information in Memory|g270 --|tRetrieval: Getting 
       Information Out of Memory|g279 --|tForgetting: When Memory
       Lapses|g283 --|tIn Search of the Memory Trace: The 
       Physiology of Memory|g291 --|tAre There Multiple Memory 
       Systems?|g294 --|tPersonal Application - Improving 
       Everyday Memory|g298 --|tCritical Thinking Application - 
       Understanding the Fallibility of Eyewitness Accounts|g302 
       --|gChapter 8|tLanguage and Thought --|tCognitive 
       Revolution in Psychology|g308 --|tLanguage: Turning 
       Thoughts into Words|g308 --|tProblem Solving: In Search of
       Solutions|g318 --|tDecision Making: Choices and Chances
       |g327 --|tPersonal Application - Understanding Pitfalls in
       Reasoning About Decisions|g336 --|tCritical Thinking 
       Application - Shaping Thought with Language: "Only a Naive
       Moron Would Believe That"|g340 --|gChapter 9|tIntelligence
       and Psychological Testing --|tKey Concepts in 
       Psychological Testing|g346 --|tEvolution of Intelligence 
       Testing|g351 --|tBasic Questions About Intelligence 
       Testing|g354 --|tExtremes of Intelligence|g359 --
       |tHeredity and Environment as Determinants of Intelligence
       |g362 --|tNew Directions in the Assessment and Study of 
       Intelligence|g372 --|tPersonal Application - Understanding
       Creativity|g378 --|tCritical Thinking Application - The 
       Intelligence Debate, Appeals to Ignorance, and Reification
       |g382 --|gChapter 10|tMotivation and Emotion --
       |tMotivation of Hunger and Eating|g388 --|tSexual 
       Motivation and Behavior|g395 --|tAffiliation: In Search of
       Belongingness|g408 --|tAchievement: In Search of 
       Excellence|g409 --|tElements of Emotional Experience|g412 
       --|tTheories of Emotion|g418 --|tPersonal Application - 
       Exploring the Ingredients of Happiness|g422 --|tCritical 
       Thinking Application - Analyzing Arguments: Making Sense 
       Out of Controversy|g426 --|gChapter 11|tHuman Development 
       Across the Life Span --|tProgress Before Birth: Prenatal 
       Development|g432 --|tWondrous Years of Childhood|g437 --
       |tTransition of Adolescence|g456 --|tExpanse of Adulthood
       |g462 --|tPersonal Application - Understanding Gender 
       Differences|g475 --|tCritical Thinking Application - Are 
       Fathers Essential to Children's Well-Being?|g480 --
       |gChapter 12|tPersonality: Theory, Research, and 
       Assessment --|tNature of Personality|g486 --
       |tPsychodynamic Perspectives|g488 --|tBehavioral 
       Perspectives|g499 --|tHumanistic Perspectives|g503 --
       |tBiological Perspectives|g508 --|tContemporary Empirical 
       Approaches to Personality Traits|g514 --|tCulture and 
       Personality|g516 --|tPersonal Application - Understanding 
       Personality Assessment|g519 --|tCritical Thinking 
       Application - Hindsight in Everyday Analyses of 
       Personality|g524 --|gChapter 13|tStress, Coping, and 
       Health --|tNature of Stress|g530 --|tMajor Types of Stress
       |g531 --|tResponding to Stress|g535 --|tEffects of Stress 
       on Psychological Functioning|g543 --|tEffects of Stress on
       Physical Health|g546 --|tFactors Moderating the Impact of 
       Stress|g552 --|tHealth-Imparing Behavior|g553 --
       |tReactions to Illness|g558 --|tPersonal Application - 
       Improving Coping and Stress Management|g560 --|tCritical 
       Thinking Application - Thinking Rationally about Health 
       Statistics and Decisions|g564 --|gChapter 14
       |tPsychological Disorders --|tAbnormal Behavior: Myths. 
       Realities, and Controversies|g570 --|tAnxiety Disorders
       |g577 --|tSomatoform Disorders|g582 --|tDissociative 
       Disorders|g584 --|tMood Disorders|g586 --|tSchizophrenic 
       Disorders|g592 --|tPersonality Disorders|g598 --
       |tPsychological Disorders and the Law|g603 --|tCulture and
       Pathology|g604 --|tPersonal Application - Understanding 
       Eating Disorders|g607 --|tCritical Thinking Application - 
       Working with Probabilities in Thinking About Mental 
       Illness|g610 --|gChapter 15|tTreatment of Psychological 
       Disorders --|tElements of the Treatment Process|g616 --
       |tInsight Therapies|g619 --|tBehavior Therapies|g626 --
       |tBiomedical Therapies|g630 --|tCurrent Trends and Issues 
       in Treatment|g635 --|tInstitutional Treatment in 
       Transition|g642 --|tPersonal Application - Looking for a 
       Therapist|g646 --|tCritical Thinking Application - From 
       Crisis to Wellness--But Was It the Therapy?|g650 --
       |gChapter 16|tSocial Behavior --|tPerson Perception: 
       Forming Impressions of Others|g656 --|tAttribution 
       Processes: Explaining Behavior|g659 --|tClose 
       Relationships: Liking and Loving|g665 --|tAttitudes: 
       Making Social Judgments|g670 --|tConformity and Obedience:
       Yielding to Others|g678 --|tBehavior in Groups: Joining 
       with Others|g683 --|tPersonal Application - Understanding 
       Prejudice|g690 --|tCritical Thinking Application - Whom 
       Can You Trust? Analyzing Credibility and Social Influence 
       Tactics|g694 --|gAppendix B|tStatistical Methods|g7 --
       |gAppendix C|tIndustrial/Organizational Psychology|g15. 
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