Test Bank For Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding, 4th Canadian Edition By O. Lilienfeld

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Test Bank For Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding, 4th Canadian Edition By Scott O. Lilienfeld,Steven J. Lynn, Laura L. Namy,Nancy J. Woolf,Kenneth M. Cramer, Rodney Schmaltz,ISBN-10: 0134991400,ISBN-13: 9780134991405

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Test Bank For Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding, 4th Canadian Edition By O. Lilienfeld

Test Bank For Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding, 4th Canadian Edition By Scott O. Lilienfeld,Steven J. Lynn, Laura L. Namy,Nancy J. Woolf,Kenneth M. Cramer, Rodney Schmaltz,ISBN-10: 0134991400,ISBN-13: 9780134991405

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Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding, 4Ce continues to emphasize the importance of scientific-thinking skills and teaches students how to test their  assumptions, and motivates them to use scientific thinking skills to better understand the field of psychology in their everyday lives. By applying scientific thinking, students can more intelligently evaluate claims about both laboratory research and daily life.  Students will emerge with the “psychological smarts,” or open-minded skepticism, needed to distinguish psychological misinformation from credible, useful psychological information.

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We are especially excited, in the fourth Canadian edition, to leverage Revel, an  interactive eText platform that replaces the traditional text with an engaging learning experience that prepares students for class. Revel presents an affordable, seamless blend of author-created digital text, media, and assessment based on  learning science. With Revel, students are able to read, practice, and study in one  continuous experience – anytime, anywhere, on any device, both online and offline.

Our intention in using Revel is to bring psychological phenomena to life and render concrete and accessible the types of evidence available to psychological scientists. To this end, the fourth Canadian edition has been updated to include not only new evidence and topic areas, but also new techniques for engaging student attention and facilitating learning.

Table of Contents

1 Psychology and Scientific Thinking
1.1: What is Psychology? Science Versus Intuition
1.2: Psychological Pseudoscience: Imposters of Science
1.3: Scientific Thinking: Distinguishing Fact From Fiction
1.4: Psychology’s Past and Present: What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been
2 Research Methods
2.1: The Beauty and Necessity of Good Research Design
2.2: The Scientific Method: Toolbox of Skills
2.3: Ethical Issues in Research Design
2.4: Statistics: The Language of Psychological Research
2.5: Evaluating Psychological Research
3 Biological Psychology
3.1: Nerve Cells: Communication Portals
3.2: The Brain—Behaviour Network
3.3: The Endocrine System
3.4: Mapping The Mind: The Brain in Action
3.5: Nature and Nurture: Did Your Genes – Or Your Environment – Make You Do It?
4 Sensation & Perception
4.1: Two Sides of The Coin: Sensation and Perception
4.2: Seeing: The Visual System
4.3: Hearing: The Auditory System
4.4: Smell and Taste: The Sensual Senses
4.5: Our Body Senses: Touch, Body Position, and Balance
4.6: Perception: When Our Senses Meet Our Brains
5 Consciousness
5.1: The Biology of Sleep
5.2: Dreams
5.3: Other Alterations of Consciousness and Unusual Experiences
5.4: Drugs and Consciousness
6 Learning
6.1: Classical Conditioning
6.2: Operant Conditioning
6.3: Cognitive Models of Learning
6.4: Biological Influences on Learning
6.5: Learning Fads: Do They Work?
7 Memory
7.1: How Memory Operates: The Memory Assembly Line
7.2: The Three Processes of Memory
7.3: The Biology of Memory
7.4: The Development of Memory: Acquiring A Personal History
7.5: False Memories: When Good Memory Goes Bad
8 Thinking, Reasoning, and Language
8.1: Thinking and Reasoning
8.2: Thinking at Its Hardest: Decision Making and Problem Solving
8.3: How Does Language Work?
8.4: Written Communication: Connecting Language and Reading
9 Intelligence & IQ Testing
9.1: What Is Intelligence? Definitional Confusion
9.2: Intelligence Testing: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
9.3: Genetic and Environmental Influences On IQ
9.4: Group Differences in IQ: The Science and the Politics
9.5: The Rest of the Story: Other Dimensions of Intellect
10 Human Development
10.1: Special Considerations in Human Development
10.2: The Developing Body: Physical and Motor Development
10.3: The Developing Mind: Cognitive Development
10.4: The Developing Personality: Social and Moral Development
11 Emotion and Motivation
11.1: Theories of Emotion: What Causes Our Feelings?
11.2: Nonverbal Expression of Emotion: The Eyes, Bodies, and Cultures Have It
11.3: Happiness: Science Confronts Popular Psychology
11.4: Motivation: Our Wants and Needs
11.5: Attraction and Love: The Greatest Mysteries of them All
12 Stress, Coping, and Health
12.1: What is Stress?
12.2: How We Adapt To Stress: Change and Challenge
12.3: Coping with Stress
12.4: How Stress Impacts Our Health
12.5: Promoting Good Health–and Less Stress!
13 Social Psychology
13.1: What Is Social Psychology?
13.2: Social Influence: Conformity and Obedience
13.3: Helping and Harming Others: Prosocial Behaviour and Aggression
13.4: Attitudes and Persuasion: Changing Minds
13.5: Prejudice and Discrimination
14 Personality
14.1: Personality: What is It and How Can We Study It?
14.2: Psychoanalytic Theory: The Controversial Legacy of Sigmund Freud and His Followers
14.3: Behavioural and Social Learning Theories of Personality
14.4: Humanistic Models of Personality: The Third Force
14.5: Trait Models of Personality: Consistencies in Our Behaviour
14.6: Personality Assessment: Measuring and Mismeasuring The Psyche
15 Psychological Disorders
15.1: Conceptions of Mental Illness: Yesterday and Today
15.2: Anxiety-Related Disorders: The Many Faces of Worry and Fear
15.3: Mood Disorders and Suicide
15.4: Personality and Dissociative Disorders: The Disrupted and Divided Self
15.5: The Enigma of Schizophrenia
15.6: Childhood Disorders: Recent Controversies
16 Psychological and Biological Treatments
16.1: Psychotherapy: Clients and Practitioners
16.2: Insight Therapies: Acquiring Understanding
16.3: Group Therapies: The More, The Merrier
16.4: Behavioural and Cognitive-Behavioural Approaches: Changing Maladaptive Actions and Thoughts
16.5: Is Psychotherapy Effective?
16.6: Biomedical Treatments: Medications, Electrical Stimulation, and Surgery