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Coverage of MCAT2015 Foundational Concepts/Content Categories in Introductory Sociology and PsTextbooksThe publishers of the textbooks listed below provided a "road map" to where the MCAT2015 Foundationaand Content Categories can be found in their publications, by indicatingthe chapterand/orspecific pageThe publications are listed in alphabetical order by authors' last names.All references to textbooks and corresponding content information were self-reported by the publishers.not verifed the information for accuracy nor relevance. This information is not intended to prescribe a prstudy for the MCAT2015®exam, nor does use of this information guarantee success on the exam.Version 2.1 last updated on December 31, 2014.If you are a publisher of an introductory textbook of sociology or psychology and would like to add your pand information to this reference document, please e-mail [email protected]MCAT® is a program of the Association of American Medical Colleges and related trademarks owthe Association include Medical College Admission Test, MCAT, and MCAT2015
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MCAT2015 Content CategoryWeb Link to textbookFC6CC6A. Sensing the environmentFC6CC6AFC6CC6AMCAT2015Foundational ConceptFC6. Biological, psychological, and socio-cultural factors influence the ways thatindividuals perceive, think about, and reactto the world.
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FC6CC6ACC6B. Making sense of the environmentFC6CC6BFC6CC6BFC6CC6BFC6CC6BFC6CC6BCC6C. Responding to the world
FC6CC6CFC6CC6CCC7A. Individual influences on behaviorFC7CC7AFC7CC7AFC7. Biological, psychological, and socio-cultural factors influence behavior andbehavior change.
FC7CC7AFC7CC7AFC7CC7ACC7B. Social processes that influence human behaviorFC7CC7BFC7CC7BFC7CC7BFC7CC7BCC7C. Attitude and behavior change
FC7CC7CFC7CC7CFC7CC7CFC7CC7CCC8A. Self identityFC8. Psychological, sociocultural, andbiological factors influence the way we thinkabout ourselves and others, as well as howwe interact with others.
FC8CC8AFC8CC8ACC8B. Social thinkingFC8CC8BFC8CC8BFC8CC8BCC8C. Social interactions
FC8CC8CFC8CC8CFC8CC8CFC8CC8CCC9A. Understanding social structureFC9CC9AFC9. Cultural and social differences influencewell-being.
FC9CC9AFC9CC9ACC9B. Demographic characteristics and processesFC9CC9B
FC9CC9BCC10A. Social inequalityFC10CC10AFC10CC10AFC10CC10AFC10CC10AFC10. Social stratification and access toresources influence well-being.
TopicSensory ProcessingVision
HearingOther Senses
PerceptionAttentionCognitionConsciousnessMemoryLanguage
EmotionStressBiological Bases of BehaviorPersonality
Psychological DisordersMotivationAttitudesHow the Presence of Others Affects Individual BehaviorGroup Decision-making ProcessesNormative and Non-normative BehaviorSocialization
Habituation and DishabituationAssociative LearningObservational LearningTheories of Attitude and Behavior Change

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