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Psychology. 4th Australian and New Zealand Edition

  • ID: 3632121
  • Book
  • Region: Australia, New Zealand
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Building on the success of the market–leading and award–winning previous editions, Psychology: 4th Australian and New Zealand Edition has been thoroughly updated to provide comprehensive coverage of contemporary local and international data, research and examples in the dynamic eld of psychology. Emerging and evolving topics that receive increased coverage in the new edition include social media, the digital age and adolescent cognitive development, attitudes towards asylum seekers, investigative psychology, and the changes to the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM–5). A key strength of the text and its extensive print and online accompanying resources continues to be its integrated coverage of cross–cultural and indigenous psychology, which is a requirement for the professional accreditation of Psychology degree programs.

The text and its associated resources are ideal for both Psychology majors and those taking only a one–semester study of Psychology.

Optional student resources to accompany this text

  • An Interactive Approach to Writing Essays and Research Reports in Psychology: a practical and thorough overview of writing in the psychology discipline, based on the latest edition of the APA Publication Manual
  • AssignMentor: a resource that includes interactive online templates that will guide you in writing essays, research reports and literature reviews in psychology, using correct APA referencing techniques
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Preface xiii

About the authors xvi

Accompanying resources xvii

How to use this book xviii

Australian and New Zealand content at a glance xxii

1. Psychology: the study of mental processes and behaviour 1

2. Research methods in psychology 39

3. Biological bases of mental life and behaviour 75

4. Sensation and perception 115

5. Consciousness 171

6. Learning 209

7. Memory 245

8. Thought and language 287

9. Intelligence 331

10. Motivation and emotion 363

11. Personality 413

12. Physical and cognitive development 457

13. Social development 497

14. Health, stress and coping 543

15. Psychological disorders 597

16. Treatment of psychological disorders 649

17. Attitudes and social cognition 689

18. Interpersonal processes 733

19. Cross–cultural and indigenous psychology 777

Solutions to application questions 833

Acknowledgements 837

Glossary 840

References 862

Name index 944

Subject index 962

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Lorelle J. Burton
Drew Westen
Robin M. Kowalski
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