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by:James W. Kalat
Biological Psychology is an acclaimed, authoritative, and student-friendly textbook on behavioral neuroscience or biopsychology. Author James W. Kalat is an alumna of Duke University, where he graduated summa cum laude, and a professor of psychology at the North Carolina State University. He uses his expertise as a teacher to reach out to students and...
Biological Psychology is an acclaimed, authoritative, and student-friendly textbook on behavioral neuroscience or biopsychology. Author James W. Kalat is an alumna of Duke University, where he graduated summa cum laude, and a professor of psychology at the North Carolina State University. He uses his expertise as a teacher to reach out to students and explain concepts such as the mind-brain relationship and the genetics of behavior using a clear writing style that incorporates a little bit of humor. He ‘perceives biopsychology to be interesting,' and hopes that the textbook will inspire students to think the same way, too. In this tenth edition of Biological Psychology - ISBN 9780495603009, the goal of Kalat is to create a comprehensive and accessible reference on how the human nervous system controls behavior, feelings, and thoughts. It marries neuroscience and psychology to explain how biological processes interrelate with cognition and related mental processes, and also uses fundamental concepts in comparative and evolutionary psychology to give students a bird's eye view of this specialized branch of science. Informative and often entertaining, the text appeals to both psychology and biology majors, as well as to students in medical school. It comes with a supplement containing quizzes and activities that allow learners to apply what they have learned. To encourage further learning, the author lists suggested readings and prospects for further study at the end of some modules. This tenth edition is textbook is published by Wadsworth Publishing. An interactive online eBook is old separately, together with a companion CD, plus additional animations, quizzes, and activities.
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