Download Document
Showing pages : 1 - 6 of 498
This preview has blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version! View Full Document
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

Unformatted text preview: Instructors Manual for Gerrig and Zimbardo Psychology and Life Sixteenth Edition prepared by John N. Boyd Allyn and Bacon Boston London Toronto Sydney Tokyo Singapore Copyright © 2002 by Allyn & Bacon A Pearson Education Company 75 Arlington Street Boston, Massachusetts 02116 Internet: All rights reserved. The contents, or parts thereof, may be reproduced for use with Psychology and Life , Sixteenth Edition, by Richard Gerrig and Philip Zimbardo, provided such reproductions bear copyright notice, but may not be reproduced in any form for any other purpose without written permission from the copyright owner. ISBN 0-205-34454-2 Printed in the United States of America 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 05 04 03 02 PSYCHOLOGY AND LIFE, 16th Edition Instructors Manual Please note that the transcription to PDF can result in unintended reformatting. Page numbers in the table of contents may not correspond to the book's interior. The publisher regrets any inconvenience caused by this error.) TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE Open-Book Testing i Teaching the Introductory Course ii Why Read This Instructors Manual? xxv CHAPTERS Chapter 1: The Science of Psychology in Your Life 1 Chapter 2: Research Methods in Psychology 19 Chapter 3: The Biological Bases of Behavior 33 Chapter 4: Sensation 51 Chapter 5: Perception 71 Chapter 6: Mind, Consciousness, and Alternate States 85 Chapter 7: Learning and Behavior Analysis 105 Chapter 8: Memory 125 Chapter 9: Cognitive Processes 143 Chapter 10: Intelligence and Intelligence Assessment 163 Chapter 11: Human Development across the Life Span 181 Chapter 12: Motivation 217 Chapter 13: Emotion, Stress, and Health 239 Chapter 14: Understanding Human Personality 261 Chapter 15: Psychological Disorders 289 Chapter 16: Therapies for Personal Change 315 Chapter 17: Social Processes and Relationships 335 Chapter 18: Social Psychology, Society, and Culture 357 SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL Experiments and Demonstrations (By Philip Zimbardo) 377 i OPEN-BOOK TESTING By Kay Burke, Ph.D. WHY IT MAKES SENSE Educators who allow students to take open-book tests are not teaching for the test ; they are teaching for understanding. Most students agree that open-book tests are more challenging than traditional objective tests because they require high-order thinking skills rather than recall skills. The greatest benefit from open-book testing may be that it encourages the type of thinking that will benefit students in the real world....
View Full Document