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Health, Behaviour and Society HSBH1003 (Custom Edition eBook), 2nd Edition

Scott O. Lilienfeld
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Health, Behaviour and Society HSBH1003 (Custom Edition eBook), 2nd Edition

By Scott O. Lilienfeld, Steven Jay Lynn, Laura L. Namy, Graham Jamieson, Anthony Marks ...show more
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Author
Scott O. Lilienfeld
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Edition
2nd
ISBN
9781488626371
Published Date
11/02/2019

This custom edition is published for the University of Sydney.


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Table of contents
  • 1    Science and pseudoscience in psychology
  • 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
  • 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–brain relationship
  • 3.5 Nature and nurture: did your genes—or parents—make you do it?
  • 6    Learning
  • 6.1 Classical conditioning
  • 6.2 Operant conditioning
  • 6.3 Cognitive models of learning
  • 6.4 Biological influences on learning
  • 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
  • 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 on 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
  • 16 Psychological disorders
  • 16.1 Conceptions of mental illness: yesterday and today
  • 16.2 Anxiety-related disorders: the many faces of worry and fear 6
  • 16.3 Mood disorders and suicide
  • 16.4 Personality and dissociative disorders: the disrupted and divided self
  • 16.5 The enigma of schizophrenia
  • 16.6 Childhood disorders: recent controversies
  • 17   Psychological and biological treatments
  • 17.1 Psychotherapy: clients and practitioners
  • 17.2 Insight therapies: acquiring understanding
  • 17.3 Group therapies: the more the merrier
  • 17.4 Behavioural and cognitive-behavioural approaches: changing maladaptive actions and thoughts
  • 17.5 Is psychotherapy effective?
  • 17.6 Biological treatments: medications, electrical stimulation and surgery