Solution Manual (Download Only) For The World of Psychology, 9th Canadian Edition BY Serge Desmarais ISBN-10: 0135222346,ISBN-13: 9780135222348


Denise Boyd · Eileen Wood · Ellen Green Wood · Samuel E. Wood · Serge Desmarais

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Solution Manual (Download Only) For The World of Psychology, 9th Canadian Edition By Samuel E. Wood,Ellen Green Wood,Denise Boyd,Eileen Wood,Serge Desmarais

ISBN-10: 0135222346,ISBN-13: 9780135222348

Table of Contents
1 Introduction to Psychology
Module 1.1 Introduction to Psychology
Module 1.2 Descriptive Research Methods
Module 1.3 The Experimental Method: Searching for Causes
Module 1.4 Participants in Psychological Research
Module 1.5 The Historical Progression of Psychology: Exploring the Different Perspectives Module 1.6 Psychology Today
2 Biology and Behaviour
Module 2.1 The Neurons and the Neurotransmitters
Module 2.2 The Central Nervous System
Module 2.3 The Cerebral Hemispheres
Module 2.4 Specialization of the Cerebral Hemispheres
Module 2.5 The Brain Across the Lifespan
Module 2.6 Discovering the Brain’s Mysteries
Module 2.7 The Peripheral Nervous System
Module 2.8 The Endocrine System
3 Sensation and Perception
Module 3.1 Sensation: The Sensory World
Module 3.2 Vision
Module 3.3 Hearing
Module 3.4 Smell and Taste
Module 3.5 The Skin Senses: Information from Our Natural Clothing
Module 3.6 The Spatial Orientation Senses
Module 3.7 Perception: Ways of Perceiving
Module 3.8 Additional Influences on Perception
4 States of Consciousness
Module 4.1 Circadian Rhythms: Our 24-Hour Highs and Lows
Module 4.2 Sleep: That Mysterious One Third of Our Lives
Module 4.3 Variations in Sleep and Sleep Disorders
Module 4.4 Altering Consciousness Through Concentration and Suggestion
Module 4.5 Altered States of Consciousness and Psychoactive Drugs
5 Learning
Module 5.1 Classical Conditioning
Module 5.2 Operant Conditioning
Module 5.3 Comparing Classical and Operant Conditioning
Module 5.4 Behaviour Modification: Changing Our Act
Module 5.5 Cognitive Learning
6 Memory
Module 6.1 Remembering
Module 6.2 The Nature of Remembering
Module 6.3 Factors Influencing Retrieval
Module 6.4 Biology and Memory
Module 6.5 Forgetting
Module 6.6 Improving Memory
7 Cognition, Language, and Intelligence
Module 7.1 Cognition
Module 7.2 Creativity: Unique and Useful Productions
Module 7.3 Language
Module 7.4 The Nature of Intelligence
Module 7.5 Measuring Intelligence
Module 7.6 The Range of Intelligence
Module 7.7 The IQ Controversy: Brainy Dispute
Module 7.8 Emotional Intelligence
8 Development
Module 8.1 Developmental Psychology: Basic Issues and Methodology
Module 8.2 Heredity and Prenatal Development
Module 8.3 Physical Development and Learning
Module 8.4 The Cognitive Stages of Development: Climbing the Steps to Cognitive Maturity
Module 8.5 Socialization and Social Relationships
Module 8.6 Special Concerns in Later Adulthood
9 Motivation and Emotion
Module 9.1 Theories of Motivation
Module 9.2 The Primary Drives: Hunger and Thirst
Module 9.3 Social Motives
Module 9.4 The What and Why of Emotions
Module 9.5 The Expression of Emotions
Module 9.6 Experiencing Emotions
10 Social Psychology
Module 10.1 Social Perception
Module 10.2 Attraction
Module 10.3 Conformity, Obedience, and Compliance
Module 10.4 Group Influence
Module 10.5 Attitudes and Attitude Change
Module 10.6 Prejudice and Discrimination
Module 10.7 Prosocial Behaviour: Behaviour That Benefits Others
Module 10.8 Aggression: Intentionally Harming Others
11 Personality Theory and Assessment
Module 11.1 Sigmund Freud and Psychoanalysis
Module 11.2 The Neo-Freudians
Module 11.3 Trait Theories
Module 11.4 Learning Theories and Personality
Module 11.5 Humanistic Personality Theories
Module 11.6 Personality: Is It in the Genes?
Module 11.7 Personality Assessment
Module 11.8 Aggression: Intentionally Harming Others
12 Health and Stress
Module 12.1 Theories of Stress
Module 12.2 Sources of Stress: The Common and the Extreme
Module 12.3 Coping with Stress
Module 12.4 Evaluating Life Stress: Major Life Changes, Hassles, and Uplifts
Module 12.5 Health and Disease
Module 12.6 Your Lifestyle and Your Health
13 Psyological Disorders
Module 13.1 What Is Abnormal?
Module 13.2 Anxiety and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders: When Anxiety Is Extreme
Module 13.3 Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders, and Dissociative Disorders
Module 13.4 Schizophrenia
Module 13.5 Depressive and Bipolar Disorders
Module 13.6 Other Psychological Disorders
14 Therapies
Module 14.1 Insight Therapies
Module 14.2 Relationship Therapies: Therapies Emphasizing Interaction with Others
Module 14.3 Behaviour Therapies: Unlearning the Old, Learning the New
Module 14.4 Cognitive Therapies: It’s the Thought That Counts
Module 14.5 Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Module 14.6 The Biomedical Therapies
Module 14.7 Therapies and Therapists: Many Choices