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What Is Psychology?

InterActivity 1, page 4, Scientific Method
InterActivity 2, page 7, Experimental Method
InterActivity 3, page 9, Problems and Biases in Experimental Research
InterActivity 4, page 10, Correlational Methods
InterActivity 5, page 13, Survey Tools
InterActivity 6, page 17, Animal Research
InterActivity 7, page 19, American Psychological Association Homepage
InterActivity 8, page 23, Applied Research  (has five destination links)
InterActivity 9, page 27, Wilhelm Wundt and the Founding of Psychology
InterActivity 10, page 29, Approaches to Psychology
InterActivity 11, page 32, Evoluntionary Approaches in Psychology

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Biological Bases of Behavior
InterActivity for page 38: Environment and Biology Interaction
InterActivity for page 40: Nature-Versus Nurture Issue
InterActivity for page 44: Structure and Function of a Neuron
InterActivity for page 46: Neurotransmitters
InterActivity for page 48: Autonomic Nervous System
InterActivity for page 51: Whole Brain Atlas
InterActivity for page 53: Cerebral Hemispheres
InterActivity for page 56: Brain Scans and Their Uses
InterActivity for page 58: Brain Specialization
InterActivity for page 64: Repairing Brain Damage
InterActivity for page 68: Endocrine System

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Perception
InterActivity for page 73: Signal Detection
InterActivity for page 74: Subliminal Perception
InterActivity for page 78: The Human Eye
InterActivity for page 83: How Vision Works
InterActivity for page 87: Color Blindness
InterActivity for page 88: Perceptual Constancies
InterActivity for page 92: Illusions
InterActivity for page 95: Gestalt Perceptual Principles
InterActivity for page 98: The Anatomy and Function of the Ear
InterActivity for page 100: Hearing Loss
InterActivity for page 103: Aromatherapy
InterActivity for page 107: Endorphins
InterActivity for page 109: ESP

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  Chapter 4

States of Consciousness
InterActivity for page 115: Consciousness
InterActivity for page 118: Circadian Rhythms
InterActivity for page 120: REM and Sleep Research
InterActivity for page 123: Sleep Deprivation
InterActivity for page 125: Sleep Problems
InterActivity for page 127: Dreams
InterActivity for page 128: Theories of Dreaming
InterActivity for page 133: Hypnosis
InterActivity for page 135: Meditation
InterActivity for page 137: Drug Use
InterActivity for page 141: Alcohol
InterActivity for page 143: Opiates
InterActivity for page 145: Marijuana

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Learning
InterActivity for page 151: Ivan Pavlov and Classical Conditioning
InterActivity for page 154: John B. Watson
InterActivity for page 160: Taste Aversions
InterActivity for page 162: B. F. Skinner
InterActivity for page 165: Reinforcement in Operant Conditioning
InterActivity for page 167: Punishment and Consequences
InterActivity for page 171: Key Procedures and Processes in Operant Conditioning
InterActivity for page 175: Token Economies
InterActivity for page 178: Behavioral Self-Regulation
InterActivity for page 181: Insight and Latent Learning
InterActivity for page 185: Observational Learning

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Memory
InterActivity for page 192: Memory Systems
InterActivity for page 194: Parallel Distributed Processing
InterActivity for page 173: Short-Term Memory and Working Memory
InterActivity for page 202: Wilder Penfield
InterActivity for page 204: Episodic Memory
InterActivity for page 209: Memory Improvement
InterActivity for page 210: Extraordinary Memory
InterActivity for page 213: Hermann Ebbinghaus
InterActivity for page 215: Memory Reconstruction
InterActivity for page 219: Eyewitness Testimony
InterActivity for page 220: Recovered Memory
InterActivity for page 221: Memory Loss Cases

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Cognition: Thought and Language
InterActivity for page 227: Reasoning Processes
InterActivity for page 231: Problem Solving
InterActivity for page 233: Functional Fixedness
InterActivity for page 237: Decision Making Processes
InterActivity for page 238: Heuristic Strategies
InterActivity for page 240: Artificial Intelligence
InterActivity for page 242: PET Scans and Brain Activity
InterActivity for page 244: Bilingual Experience
InterActivity for page 246: Language Structure
InterActivity for page 251: Animal Language

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Intelligence
InterActivity for page 260: Multiple Intelligence
InterActivity for page 262: Sternberg's Triarchic Theory of Intelligence
InterActivity for page 264: Emotional Intelligence
InterActivity for page 266: Reliability and Validity
InterActivity for page 271: On-Line Intelligence Tests
InterActivity for page 276: Nature-Nurture Controversy
InterActivity for page 278: Race and IQ Controversy, The Bell Curve
InterActivity for page 281: Culture and Achievement
InterActivity for page 283: Mental Retardation
InterActivity for page 284: Mental Retardation and Working Life

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Motivation and Emotion
InterActivity for page 289: Theories of Motivation
InterActivity for page 291: Sensory Deprivation
InterActivity for page 296: Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
InterActivity for page 299: Health and Body Weight
InterActivity for page 300: Set-Point Theory
InterActivity for page 303: Anorexia Nervosa
InterActivity for page 306: Sex Hormones and the Sex Drive
InterActivity for page 308: Attitudes Toward Sexuality
InterActivity for page 311: Thematic Apperception Test
InterActivity for page 314: Emotion
InterActivity for page 314: Who Is Happy
InterActivity for page 322: The Polygraph

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Child Development
InterActivity for page 328: Nature-Nurture Controversy
InterActivity for page 334: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
InterActivity for page 338: Cognitive and Learning Capabilities of Infants
InterActivity for page 341: Jean Piaget
InterActivity for page 345: Lev Vygotsky
InterActivity for page 348: Moral Reasoning
InterActivity for page 351: Attachment in Humans
InterActivity for page 353: Attachment and Bonding
InterActivity for page 355: Temperament
InterActivity for page 357: Gender Differences
InterActivity for page 364: Erik Erikson

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Adolescence and Adulthood
InterActivity for page 369: Parents and Teenagers
InterActivity for page 371: Early- and Late-Maturing Adolescents
InterActivity for page 375: Parents and Gender Identity
InterActivity for page 378: Teenage Sexuality
InterActivity for page 380: Identity Versus Role Confusion
InterActivity for page 386: Seasons of Life and the Mid-Life Crisis
InterActivity for page 388: Cognitive Ability and Adulthood
InterActivity for page 390: Aging and Intelligence
InterActivity for page 393: Alzheimer's Disease
InterActivity for page 394: Death and Dying

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Personality and Its Assessment
InterActivity for page 401: Sigmund Freud
InterActivity for page 404: Psychosexual Stages
InterActivity for page 409: Carl Jung
InterActivity for page 410: Archetypes
InterActivity for page 412: Alfred Adler
InterActivity for page 414: Carl Rogers
InterActivity for page 414: Early Trait Theories
InterActivity for page 418: The Big Five
InterActivity for page 421: Self Monitoring and Self-Esteem
InterActivity for page 428: Albert Bandura
InterActivity for page 431: MMPI; Multi-Phasic Personality Inventory
InterActivity for page 435: Research Methods for Personality

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Social Psychology
InterActivity for page 444: The Power of Persuasion
InterActivity for page 448: Cognitive Dissonance
InterActivity for page 451: Nonverbal Communication
InterActivity for page 453: Attribution
InterActivity for page 456: Prejudice and Discrimination
InterActivity for page 462: Conformity
InterActivity for page 465: Milgram and Obedience
InterActivity for page 468: Group Process in Decision Making
InterActivity for page 471: Biology and Aggression
InterActivity for page 477: Sociobiology
InterActivity for page 479: Physical Attractiveness and Relationship
InterActivity for page 481: Selecting a Mate

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Stress and Health Psychology

InterActivity 1, page 488, The Cognitive Theory of Stress
InterActivity 2, page 490, Stress at Work
InterActivity 3, page 492, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
InterActivity 4, page 495, General Adaptation Syndrome
InterActivity 5, page 496, Everyday Stress
InterActivity 6, page 499, Coronary Heart Disease
InterActivity 7, page 502, Coping with Stress
InterActivity 8, page 507, Stress and the Immune System
InterActivity 9, page 512, Smoking and Health
InterActivity 10, page 514, Exercise and Health

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Psychological Disorders

InterActivity 1, page 518, Definitions of Abnormality
InterActivity 2, page 520, Views of Abnormality
InterActivity 3, page 523, DSM-IV
InterActivity 4, page 528, Phobic Disorders
InterActivity 5, page 530, Self Test for Phobias
InterActivity 6, page 531, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Its Causes
InterActivity 7, page 532, Conversion Disorders
InterActivity 8, page 534, Multiple Personality
InterActivity 9, page 536, Antisocial Personality Disorder
InterActivity 10, page 540, Depression
InterActivity 11, page 546, Suicide
InterActivity 12, page 548, Schizophrenia
InterActivity 13, page 552, Genetics and Schizophrenia

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Therapies

InterActivity 1, page 563, Does Therapy Work?
InterActivity 2, page 567, Psychoanalysis
InterActivity 3, page 571, Humanistic Therapy
InterActivity 4, page 573, Gestalt Therapy
InterActivity 5, page 577, Operant Conditioning and Behavior Change
InterActivity 6, page 579, Classical Conditioning for Behavior Change
InterActivity 7, page 580, Observational Therapy and Participant Modeling
InterActivity 8, page 582, Rational-Emotive Therapy
InterActivity 9, page 587, Family Therapy
InterActivity 10, page 589, Electroconvulsive Therapy
InterActivity 11, page 590, Drug Therapies

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Applied Psychology

InterActivity 1, page 598, Industrial/Organizational Psychology
InterActivity 2, page 603, Performance Appraisals
InterActivity 3, page 604, Goal Setting
InterActivity 4, page 607, Motivation and Equity Theory
InterActivity 5, page 609, Job Satisfaction
InterActivity 6, page 612, Leadership
InterActivity 7, page 615, Compatibility
InterActivity 8, page 620, Environmental Psychology
InterActivity 9, page 623, Crowding
InterActivity 10, page 628, Primary Prevention
InterActivity 11, page 630, Educational Psychology
InterActivity 12, page 633, Motivating Athletic Performance

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Statistical Methods

InterActivity 1, page 640, Measures of Central Tendency
InterActivity 2, page 644, Measures of Variability: The Normal Curve
InterActivity 3, page 648, Statistical Significance
InterActivity 4, page 649, The Correlation Coefficient

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