A clear introduction to human experimental psychology in a laboratory setting, this up-to-date textbook covers design and procedural methodology and features a broad overview of relevant research areas, with chapters on episodic and semantic memory; perception and attention; conditioning, learning, and motivation; and thinking and problem solving. A unique final chapter presents guidelines for writing the research report.
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Joan Gay Snodgrass, New York University. Gail Levy Berger, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. Martin Haydon, New York University.Review:
"Its in-depth coverage of content and comprehensive descriptions of methods and statistics give instructors a distinctive alternative to existing experimental texts....There is much care and much of practical value--that is, much 'thought that moves things'--in this book."--Contemporary
"For a reasonable cover price, [this book] provides an introduction to research methods in experimental psychology and to statistical analysis....This volume will be extremely useful to undergraduates and would be a wise investment for those who teach."--The Quarterly Journal of Experimental
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110195035747