Biopsychology by John P. J. Pinel, Steven Barnes

By John P. J. Pinel, Steven Barnes

For classes in Physiological Psychology and Biopsychology
 
Explore how the critical apprehensive procedure governs behavior
Biopsychology provides a transparent, attractive advent to biopsychological concept and examine via a special mix of biopsychological technological know-how and private, reader-oriented discourse. unique writer John Pinel and new co-author Steven Barnes deal with scholars at once and interweave the basics of the sphere with medical case reviews, priceless metaphors, and noteworthy anecdotes that make direction fabric for my part and socially appropriate to readers. as well as increased studying goals that consultant scholars during the direction, the Tenth Edition has been completely up-to-date to mirror this swiftly progressing clinical field.

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7 shows that the visual areas of the left and right cerebral cortex at the back of the brain became active when the participant viewed a flashing light. 7 Functional brain imaging is the major method of cognitive neuroscience. This image—taken from the top of the head with the participant lying on her back—reveals the locations of high levels of neural activity at one level of the brain as the participant views a flashing light. The red and yellow areas indicate high levels of activity in the visual cortex at the back of the brain.

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30 Independent variable, p. 30 Dependent variable, p. 30 Confounded variable, p. 31 Coolidge effect, p. 31 Lordosis, p. 31 Quasiexperimental studies, p. 32 Case studies, p. 32 Generalizability, p. 32 Pure research, p. 32 Applied research, p. 32 Translational research, p. 33 Cognitive neuroscience, p. 35 Cognition, p. 35 Comparative psychology, p. 36 Ethological research, p. 36 What are the Divisions of biopsychology? Physiological psychology, p. 34 Psychopharmacology, p. 34 Neuropsychology, p. 34 Cerebral cortex, p.

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