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Psychology 6th ed

Psychology 6th ed

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Psychology / Henry Gleitman, Alan J. Fridlund, Daniel Reisberg.
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6th ed.
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New York : W.W. Norton , c2004.
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1 v. (various pagings) : ill. (mostly col.) ; 29 cm.
ISBN
0393977676
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Includes bibliographical references (p. B27-B82) and index.
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Psychology.
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저자소개

HENRY GLEITMAN(지은이)

<심리학입문>

Daniel Reisberg(지은이)

J. Alan(지은이)

정보제공 : Aladin

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CONTENTS
PREFACE = xxi
 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION = 2
  THE SCOPE OF PSYCHOLOGY = 4
  A SCIENCE OF MANY FACES = 7
  THE SCIENCE OF PSYCHOLOGY = 13
  THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD = 13
  OBSERVATIONAL STUDIES = 23
  TYPES OF DATA = 29
  GENERALIZING FROM RESEARCH = 29
  RESEARCH ETHICS = 32
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : SCIENCE, ART, AND THE INDIVIDUAL = 34
  SUMMARY = 35
PART 1 ACTION = 38
 CHAPTER 2 BIOLOGICAL BASES OF BEHAVIOR = 40
  THE ORGANISM AS A MACHINE = 42
  HOW THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IS STUDIED = 43
  THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM = 46
  THE CORTEX = 52
  DO WE REALLY HAVE TWO BRAINS? = 60
  BUILDING BLOCKS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM : NEURONS AND NERVE IMPULSES = 63
  INTERACTION AMONG NERVE CELLS = 70
  INTERACTIONS THROUGH THE BLOODSTREAM = 76
  RECOVERY FROM BRAIN INJURY = 78
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : SHOULD ALL PSYCHOLOGICAL QUESTIONS HAVE BIOLOGICAL ANSWERS? = 81
  SUMMARY = 82
 CHAPTER 3 MOTIVATION = 86
  MOTIVATION AS DIRECTED ACTION = 88
  TEMPERATURE REGULATION = 90
  HUNGER = 93
  THREAT = 101
  PAIN = 103
  SEX = 105
  SLEEP AND WAKING = 109
  WHAT DIFFERENT MOTIVES HAVE IN COMMON = 115
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : THE INSEPARABILITY OF BIOLOGY AND LEARNING = 119
  SUMMARY = 119
 CHAPTER 4 LEARNING = 122
  HABITUATION = 124
  CLASSICAL CONDITIONING = 125
  INSTRUMENTAL CONDITIONING = 132
  COGNITIVE LEARNING = 143
  VARIETIES OF LEARNING = 149
  THE NEURAL BASIS FOR LEARNING = 154
  COMPLEX COGNITION IN ANIMALS = 156
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : LEARNING THEORY AND BEYOND = 150
  SUMMARY = 161
PART 2 COGNITION = 164
 CHAPTER 5 SENSORY PROCESSES = 166
  THE ORIGINS OF KNOWLEDGE = 168
  THE FUNCTIONING OF THE SENSES = 177
  HEARING = 177
  VISION = 183
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : FROM SENSATION TO PERCEPTION = 199
  SUMMARY = 199
 CHAPTER 6 PERCEPTION = 202
  THE COMPLEXITY OF PERCEPTION = 204
  THE PERCEPTION OF DEPTH : WHERE IS IT? = 205
  THE PERCEPTION OF MOVEMENT : WHAT IS IT DOING? = 209
  FORM PERCEPTION : WHAT IS IT? = 213
  FORM PERCEPTION AND THE NERVOUS SYSTEM = 225
  PERCEPTUAL SELECTION : ATTENTION = 229
  PERCEIVING CONSTANCY = 232
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : SEEING, KNOWING, AND THE PERCEIVER'S ACTIVE ROLE = 236
  SUMMARY = 237
 CHAPTER 7 MEMORY = 240
  ACQUISITION, STORAGE, RETRIEVAL = 242
  ENCODING = 243
  RETRIEVAL = 252
  WHEN MEMORY FAILS = 256
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : THE INTERPLAY AMONG PERCEPTION, MEMORY, AND THINKING = 273
  SUMMARY = 273
 CHAPTER 8 THOUGHT AND KNOWLEDGE = 276
  ANALOGICAL REPRESENTATIONS = 278
  SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATIONS = 283
  THE PROCESS OF THINKING : SOLVING PROBLEMS = 287
  THE PROCESS OF THINKING : REASONING AND DECISION MAKING = 298
  THE THINKING BRAIN = 309
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : THE DOMAINS OF COGNITION = 315
  SUMMARY = 316
 CHAPTER 9 LANGUAGE = 318
  THE BASIC UNITS OF LANGUAGE = 320
  HOW LANGUAGE CONVEYS MEANING = 327
  THE GROWTH OF LANGUAGE IN THE CHILD = 338
  LANGUAGE LEARNING IN CHANGED ENVIRONMENTS = 347
  LANGUAGE LEARNING WITH CHANGED ENDOWMENTS = 352
  LANGUAGE AND THOUGHT = 357
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : LANGUAGE AND COGNITION = 362
  SUMMARY = 363
PART 3 SOCIAL BEHAVIOR = 366
 CHAPTER 10 COGNITION AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR = 369
  THE SOCIAL SELF = 370
  SELF-CONCEPT AND SELF-DEFENSE = 377
  PERSON PERCEPTION = 380
  ATTRIBUTION = 384
  CONFORMITY AND THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF REALITY = 387
  SOCIAL IMPACT : THE CONVERGENCE OF SOCIAL FORCES = 397
  LEADERSHIP = 399
  GROUP DECISION MAKING = 401
  CROWD BEHAVIOR AND PANDEMONIUM = 402
  CULTURE AND SOCIAL INFLUENCE = 407
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND REASON = 410
  SUMMARY = 411
 CHAPTER 11 BIOLOGY, EMOTION, AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR = 414
  THE BIOLOGICAL ROOTS OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR = 416
  SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND REPRODUCTION = 417
  LOVE = 426
  PARENTING = 429
  AGGRESSION = 431
  ALTRUISM AND SELF-SACRIFICE = 437
  EMOTION = 446
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND PASSION = 457
  SUMMARY = 459
PART 4 DEVELOPMENT = 462
 CHAPTER 12 PHYSICAL AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT = 464
  WHAT IS DEVELOPMENT? = 466
  THE PHYSICAL BASIS OF DEVELOPMENT = 468
  COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT = 474
  WHAT IS THE COGNITIVE STARTING POINT? = 479
  COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN PRESCHOOLERS = 485
  THE CAUSES OF COGNITIVE GROWTH = 491
  COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN OLD AGE = 499
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : MATURATION AND ENVIRONMENT = 501
  SUMMARY = 501
 CHAPTER 13 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT = 504
  ATTACHMENT = 506
  PATTERNS OF ATTACHMENT = 510
  CHILDHOOD SOCIALIZATION = 518
  THE DEVELOPMENT OF MORALITY = 523
  THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEX AND GENDER = 527
  DEVELOPMENT AFTER CHILDHOOD = 540
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : WHAT IS ADULTHOOD? = 545
  SUMMARY = 546
PART 5 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES = 548
 CHAPTER 14 INTELLIGENCE : ITS NATURE AND MEASUREMENT = 550
  MENTAL TESTS = 552
  INTELLIGENCE TESTING = 558
  WHAT IS INTELLIGENCE? THE PSYCHOMETRIC APPROACH = 560
  THE INFORMATION-PROCESSING APPROACH = 567
  WHAT IS INTELLIGENCE? BEYOND IQ = 570
  NATURE, NURTURE, AND INTELLIGENCE = 573
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE AND DEMOCRATIC VALUES = 584
  SUMMARY = 586
 CHAPTER 15 PERSONALITY = 588
  METHODS OF ASSESSMENT = 590
  THE TRAIT APPROACH = 596
  THE SOCIAL-COGNITIVE APPROACH = 607
  THE PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH : FREUD AND PSYCHOANALYSIS = 611
  THE PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH : PERSONALITY DIFFERENCES = 625
  THE HUMANISTIC APPROACH = 628
  THE SOCIOCULTURAL PERSPECTIVE = 632
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : THE NEED FOR MULTIPLE APPROACHES = 635
  SUMMARY = 637
 CHAPTER 16 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY = 640
  DIFFERENT CONCEPTIONS OF MENTAL DISORDER = 642
  THE MODERN CONCEPTION OF MENTAL DISORDER = 646
  SCHIZOPHRENIA = 650
  MOOD DISORDERS = 659
  ANXIETY DISORDERS = 667
  REACTIONS TO EXTREME STRESS : ACUTE AND POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDERS = 673
  DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS = 674
  SOMATOFORM DISORDERS = 677
  METNAL DISORDER AND SOCIAL DEVIANCE = 678
  THE SCOPE OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY = 680
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND PHYSICAL MEDICINE = 681
  SUMMARY = 682
 CHAPTER 17 TREATMENT OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY = 684
  BIOLOGICAL THERAPIES = 686
  PSYCHOTHERAPY = 695
  EVALUATING THERAPEUTIC OUTCOME = 709
  SOME FINAL THOUGHTS : FAR, BUT NOT YET FAR ENOUGH = 715
  SUMMARY = 716
  EPILOGUE = 719
APPENDIX STATISTICS : THE DESCRIPTION, ORGANIZATION, AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA = A1
DESCRIBING THE DATA = A2
ORGANIZING THE DATA = A4
DESCRIBING THE RELATION BETWEEN TWO VARIABLES : CORRELATION = A12
INTERPRETING THE DATA = A16
SUMMARY = A26
GLOSSARY = B1
REFERENCES = B27
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AND CREDITS = B83
NAME INDEX = B89
SUBJECT INDEX = B102


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