Psychology: An Integrated Approach is an exciting new introductory text for all students of psychology. It provides a comprehensive account of the discipline combined with the most up-to-date research and coverage of contemporary debates. Written by Michael Eysenck in conjunction with an international team of distinguished psychologists, Psychology: An Integrated Approach combines an accessible style with indepth coverage and will prove invaluable for students and lecturers alike.Features: *well known and respected editor and ditinguished contributors who are all experts in their field*comprehensive coverage with additional chapters on Health and Organizational Psychology*key concepts and theories clearly explained*covers the most up-to-date European and American research * includes invaluable chapters on research methods and study skills*pedagogical features include interactive learning aids such as case studies, review questions, research updates and chapter previews * each chapter contains real world applications and examples*emphasises the practical and professional applications of Psychology*clear, accessible structure means chapters can be used in any order and will suit a variety of courses*colour design and page layout have been specially designed to be as attractive and accessible as possible Michael Eysenck is Head of the Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway and Bedford College, University of London.
Contributors include:Peter Bryant (Oxford University), Hugh Coolican (Nene College), Tim Dalgleish (MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge), Th?r?se van Elderen (Leiden University), Michael Frese (Amsterdam University), Evanthia Lyons (University of Surrey), Andrew McLeod (Royal Holloway), Stan Maes (Leiden University), Helena Matute (Bilbao University), Lynne Millward (Surrey University, Edmund Rolls (Oxford University), Peter K Smith (Goldsmiths College), Fred Toates (Open University).
Table of Contents
1. Introduction. 2. Biological Bases of Behaviour. 3. Learning and Conditioning. 4. Sensory Systems. 5. Perception and Attention. 6. Memory. 7. Language. 8. Thinking and Reasoning. 9. Cognitive Development. 10. Social Development. 11. Social Psychology. I 12. Social Psychology. II 13. Intelligence. 14. Personality. 15. Emotion. 16. Motivation. 17. Abnormal Psychology. 18. Therapeutic Interventions. 19. Health Psychology and Stress. 20. Work and Organization Psychology. 21. Research Methods.