Introduction to Biopsychology, 9/e, introduces the study of the biology of behaviour that is, the neural mechanisms of psychological processes in the central nervous system. This program combines biopsychogical science and student-oriented discussion, interweaving the basics of this specialized field with clinical case studies and exploring the personal and social implications that arise. The author encourages interactive learning and creative thinking. His clear and engaging presentation makes the material personally and socially relevant to readers. Salient Features Provides Structured Overview of a Specialized Science - Four major themes are introduced in Chapter 1 and then continue throughout the book, with boxes highlighting each: clinical implications, neuroplasticity, the evolutionary perspective, and thinking creatively. Promotes Focused and Organized Learning — New Chapter Learning Objectives help students organize study material effectively. Also, end-of-chapter Quick Reviews help readers review and study material; Explores with Up-Close Experiences - This up-close experience at the end of each chapter engages students and helps make course content and terminology relevant. Relates to the Real World — Check it Out activities allow students to apply biopsychological concepts in or out of the classroom. Clinical case studies, discussion of social issues, and other fundamental elements relate chapter content to everyday life.

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Author(s)John P J Pinel
Edition9th Edition
Publish YearJanuary 2016