The Resource The Gale encyclopedia of psychology, Jacqueline L. Longe, editor, (electronic resource/)

The Gale encyclopedia of psychology, Jacqueline L. Longe, editor, (electronic resource/)

Label
The Gale encyclopedia of psychology
Title
The Gale encyclopedia of psychology
Statement of responsibility
Jacqueline L. Longe, editor
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This resource covers the entire spectrum of psychology, including: notable people, theories and terms; landmark case studies and experiments; applications of psychology in advertising, medicine and sports; and career information
Cataloging source
MiFhGG
Dewey number
150.3
Index
index present
LC call number
BF31
LC item number
.G35 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • encyclopedias
Series statement
Gale virtual reference library
Label
The Gale encyclopedia of psychology, Jacqueline L. Longe, editor, (electronic resource/)
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ability -- Abnormal psychology -- Abortion -- Absolute threshold -- Acculturation -- Achievement tests -- Nathan Ward Ackerman -- Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (aids) -- Action potential -- Adaptation -- Addiction/addictive personality -- Adjustment disorders -- Alfred Adler -- Adolescence -- Adolescent depression -- Adoption -- Advertising psychology -- Affect -- Affiliation -- Aggression -- Aging -- Mary Ainsworth -- Alcohol dependence and abuse -- Alienation -- Gordon Willard Allport -- Altruism -- Alzheimer's disease -- American academy of child and adolescent psychiatry -- American psychiatric association -- American psychological association -- Americans with disabilities act (ADA) -- Ames room -- Amnesia -- Anne Anastasi -- Anger -- Animal experimentation -- Anorexia -- Antianxiety drugs -- Antidepressant drugs -- Antipsychotic drugs -- Antisocial behavior -- Antisocial personality disorder -- Anxiety and anxiety disorders -- Apgar score -- Aphasia -- Applied psychology -- Approach versus avoidance -- Archetype -- Art therapy -- Artificial intelligence -- Asperger syndrome -- Assessment, psychological -- Assimilation -- Association for psychological science (APS) -- Associationism -- Attachment -- Attention -- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) -- Attitude and behavior -- Attitudes and attitude change -- Attraction, interpersonal -- Attribution theory -- Authoritarian personality -- Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) -- Autoeroticism -- Autonomic nervous system -- Aversive conditioning -- Avoidance learning -- Albert Bandura -- Battered child syndrome -- Bayley scales of infant and toddler development -- Nancy Bayley -- Aaron T. Beck -- Clifford Beers -- Behavior modification -- Behavior therapy -- Behaviorism -- Bender-Gestalt test -- Bruno Bettelheim -- Bilateral cingulotomy -- Bilingualism and bilingual education -- Alfred Binet -- Binocular depth cues -- Biofeedback -- Bipolar disorder -- Birth -- Birth order -- Birth trauma -- Bisexuality -- Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) -- Body image -- Bonding -- Borderline personality disorder -- Boredom -- Medard Boss -- Murray Bowen -- John Bowlby -- Brain -- Brain disorders -- Brain injuries -- Brainwashing -- T. Berry Brazelton -- Josef Breuer -- Brief reactive psychosis -- Pierre-Paul Broca -- Jerome S. Bruner -- Bulimia -- Bullies -- Bystander effect -- Caffeine-related disorders -- Mary Whiton Calkins -- Cannabis-related disorders -- Career counseling -- Case study methodologies -- Catharsis -- Cathexis -- James McKeen Cattell -- Raymond Bernard Cattell -- Central nervous system -- Central tendency measures -- Character -- Jean Martin Charcot -- Chi-square test -- Child abuse -- Child development -- Child psychology -- Childhood -- Noam Chomsky -- Circadian rhythms -- Kenneth Bancroft Clark -- Classical conditioning -- Client-centered therapy -- Clinical psychology -- Cliques -- Codependence -- Cognition -- Cognitive behavioral therapy -- Cognitive development -- Cognitive dissonance -- Cognitive psychology -- Cognitive therapy -- Cognitivism -- Robert Martin Coles -- Color vision -- Coma -- Combat neurosis -- Communication skills and disorders -- Comparative psychology -- Competence to stand trial -- Competition -- Compulsions -- Computer simulation (modeling) -- Concept formation -- Conditioned response -- Conditioned stimulus -- Conditioning -- Conduct disorder -- Confidence intervals -- Confidentiality and legal privilege -- Conflict resolution -- Conformity -- Conscience -- Conscious and unconscious motivations -- Consciousness -- Constructivism -- Consumer psychology -- Contrast -- Control group -- Convergent thinking -- Conversion reaction -- Coping behavior -- Correctional psychology -- Correlational method -- Counseling psychology -- Counterconditioning -- Covert sensitization -- Creativity -- Creativity tests -- Criminal profiling -- Crisis intervention -- Critical period -- Cross-cultural psychology -- Cross-sectional study -- Cults -- Cultural-historical psychology -- Culture-fair test -- Charles Robert Darwin -- Daydreaming -- Deductive reasoning -- Deep brain stimulation -- Defense mechanisms -- Delay of gratification -- Delayed response -- Delirium -- Delusion and delusional disorders -- Dementia -- Dendrites -- Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) -- Dependent personality disorder -- Dependent variable -- Depression -- Depth perception -- Ren ̌Descartes -- Descriptive psychology -- Desensitization -- Determinism -- Developmental delay -- Developmental stages, theories of -- John Dewey -- Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (DSM-5) -- Dialectical behavior therapy -- Differential psychology -- Direct observation tests -- Disability -- Dissociation and dissociative disorders -- Dissociative identity disorder -- Divergent thinking -- Divorce -- Down syndrome -- Draw-a-person test -- Dreams -- Drive reduction -- Drug therapy -- Dysfunctional family -- Dyslexia --
  • Eating disorders -- Hermann Ebbinghaus -- John C. Eccles -- Echolalia -- Ecological systems theory -- Educational psychology -- Effector -- Ego -- Elective mutism -- Electrical stimulation of the brain -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) -- Electroencephalograph (EEG) -- David Elkind -- Albert Ellis -- Emotion -- Emotional development -- Emotional intelligence -- Empathy -- Empiricism -- Encounter group -- Enculturation -- Endocrine glands -- Environment -- Environmental psychology -- Equilibrium sense -- Erik Erikson -- Ethical treatment of animals -- Ethnocentrism -- Ethology -- Etiology -- Eugenics -- Evolutionary psychology (ep) -- Exhibitionism -- Existential psychology -- Experimental design -- Experimental group -- Experimental psychology -- Expert testimony -- Extinction -- Extroversion -- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) -- Hans Jurgen Eysenck -- Facial recognition -- False memory syndrome -- Familial retardation -- Family -- Family size -- Family therapy -- Fantasy -- Fear -- Gustav Theodor Fechner -- Feral children -- Leon Festinger -- Fetal alcohol effect (FAE) and syndrome (FAS) -- Fight/flight reaction -- Figure-ground perception -- Fine motor skills -- Fixation -- John Hurley Flavell -- Food addiction -- Forensic psychology -- Forgetting curve -- Waldo David Frank -- Viktor E. Frankl -- Free association -- Free-recall learning -- Frequency (auditory) -- Frequency distribution -- Anna Freud -- Sigmund Freud -- Friendship -- Erich Seligman Fromm -- Fugue -- Functional disorder -- Functional fixedness -- Functionalism -- Phineas Gage -- Galen -- Sir Francis Galton -- Gangs -- Howard Earl Gardner -- Gender bias -- Gender constancy -- Gender dysphoria disorder -- Gender identity -- General adaptation syndrome -- Genius -- Geriatric psychology -- Arnold Gesell -- Gestalt principles of organization -- Gestalt psychology -- Gestalt therapy -- Eleanor J. Gibson -- James Jerome Gibson -- Giftedness -- Goal-setting theory -- Grief -- Gross motor skills -- Group dynamics -- Group therapy -- Guilt -- Edwin Ray Guthrie -- Habituation -- Jay Haley -- Halfway house -- Granville Stanley Hall -- Hallucinations -- Hallucinogens -- Halo effect -- Handedness -- Hand-eye coordination -- Harry F. Harlow -- Health psychology -- Hearing -- Donald O. Hebb -- Fritz Heider -- Hermann von Helmholtz -- Heredity -- Herzberg's two-factor theory -- Heterosexuality -- Heuristics -- High intelligence -- High-risk participant studies -- Ernest R. Hilgard -- Robert Aubrey Hinde -- Histrionic personality disorder -- Hoarding -- Holtzman inkblot technique -- Evelyn hooker -- Hormones -- Karen Horney -- Hostility -- Ethel Dench Puffer Howes -- Clark Leonard Hull -- Human potential, movement -- Humanistic psychology -- David Hume -- Humor -- Hypnosis -- Hypochondria -- Hypothalamus -- Hypothesis testing -- Id -- Identification with the aggressor -- Identity/identity formation -- Imagination -- Imitation -- Imprinting -- Impulse control disorders -- Incentive theory -- Incest -- Independent variable -- Inductive reasoning -- Industrial psychology -- Infancy -- Inferiority complex -- Information-processing theory -- Informed consent -- Barbel Inhelder -- Insanity defense -- Instinct -- Institutionalization -- Instrumental behavior -- Insulin shock therapy -- Intellectual disability -- Intelligence -- Intelligence quotient (IQ) -- Intelligence tests -- Interdisciplinary treatment -- Interest inventory -- Intermittent explosive disorder -- Internet-based therapy -- Interpersonal therapy -- Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation -- Intrinsic motivation and the 16 basic desires theory -- Introversion -- Irrational beliefs -- William James -- Pierre Marie Felix Janet -- Jealousy -- Arthur R. Jensen -- Virginia E. Johnson -- Jukes family -- Carl Jung -- Just noticeable difference -- Juvenile delinquency -- Jerome Kagan -- Kallikak family -- George Alexander Kelly -- Kinesthetic sense -- Alfred Charles Kinsey -- Kleptomania -- Kurt Koffka -- Lawrence Kohlberg -- Kohs block test -- Emil Kraepelin -- Christine Ladd-Franklin -- Ronald David Laing -- Language delay -- Language development -- Language disorder -- Karl spencer lashley -- Late-life psychosis -- Latent inhibition -- Law of effect -- Arnold Allan Lazarus -- Leadership -- Learned helplessness -- Learning -- Learning: associative -- Learning curve -- Learning: dialogic learning -- Learning disability -- Learning: e-learning and augmented learning -- Learning: episodic -- Learning: formal and informal -- Learning: meaningful learning -- Learning: multimedia learning -- Learning: non-associative -- Learning theory -- Learning-to-learn -- Left-brain hemisphere -- Leukotomy -- Kurt Lewin -- Libido -- Lie detection -- Marsha M. Linehan -- Localization (brain function) -- Localization (sensory) -- John Locke -- Locus of control -- Jane Loevinger -- Logical thinking -- Logotherapy -- Longitudinal study -- Konrad Lorenz accepts Nobel Prize for behavioral research -- Aleksandr Romanovich Luria --
  • Eleanor Emmons Maccoby -- Malingering -- Mania -- Marijuana -- Marriage counseling -- Abraham Maslow -- William Masters -- Rollo May -- William McDougall -- Margaret Mead -- Mean -- Measurement -- Media psychology -- Median -- Meditation -- Paul Everett Meehl -- Melancholia -- Memory -- Mental age -- Mental health -- Mental hospitals -- Mental illness -- Mental imagery -- Merrill-palmer scales of mental tests -- Franz Anton Mesmer -- Metapsychology -- Adolf Meyer -- Middle years -- Stanley Milgram -- Milgram's obedience experiment -- Military mental health -- Alice Miller -- Minimal brain dysfunction -- Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory -- Salvador Minuchin -- Mnemonic strategies -- Mob psychology -- Mode -- Modeling -- Monist and pluralistic motivational theories -- Maria Montessori -- Mood -- Mood stabilizers -- Moral development -- Christiana Drummond Morgan -- Motion perception -- Motivation -- Multicultural counseling -- Multivariate methods -- Henry Alexander Murray, Jr. -- Music therapy -- Myers-Briggs type indicator -- Narcissism -- Narcolepsy -- Narcotic drugs -- National Association of School Psychologists -- National institute of mental health -- Nature-nurture controversy -- Margaret Naumburg -- Near-death experience -- Negativism -- Neocortex -- Nerve -- Nervous system -- Neural transmission: excita-tory and inhibitory synapses -- Neuroimaging -- Neuron -- Neuroplasticity -- Neuropsychological tests -- Neurosis -- Neurotransmitter -- Night terrors -- Nightmares -- Norm -- Normal -- Normal distribution -- Obesity -- Objective tests -- Observational study -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder -- Occupational therapist -- Oedipus complex -- Operant conditioning -- Oppositional-defiant disorder -- Organic disorder -- Organismic psychology -- Arthur Otis -- Overachiever -- Pain -- Paired-associate learning -- Panic/panic disorders -- Paranoia -- Paraphilia -- Parapsychology -- Parent-child relationship -- Parkinson's disease -- Passive-aggressive personality -- Ivan Pavlov -- Pedophilia -- Peer acceptance -- Peer groups -- Peer mediation -- Peer pressure -- Wilder Graves Penfield -- Perfectionism -- Frederick S. Perls -- Personality -- Personality development -- Personality disorders -- Personality inventory -- Pervasive developmental disorder (PDD) -- Phenomenology -- Philosophical psychology -- Phobia -- Phrenology -- Physiological psychology -- Jean Piaget -- Piaget's theory of cognitive development -- Philippe Pinel -- Placebo effect -- Play -- Play therapy -- Pleasure principle -- Pornography -- Postpartum depression -- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) -- Power -- Preconscious -- Prejudice and discrimination -- Premarital counseling -- Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) -- Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) -- Primal therapy -- Priming -- Probability -- Process psychology -- Programmed learning -- Projective tests -- Propaganda -- Prospective cohort study -- Psyche -- Psychiatrist -- Psychoanalysis -- Psychodynamic psychotherapy -- Psychohistory -- Psychological disorder -- Psychologist -- Psychology of self -- Psychometrics -- Psychopharmacology -- Psychophysics -- Psychosexual stages -- Psychosis -- Psychosocial development -- Psychosomatic disorders -- Psychosurgery -- Psychotherapy -- Psychotic disorders -- Puberty -- Punishment -- Pyromania -- Qualitative methods --
  • Race and intelligence -- Racism -- Radical behaviorism -- Otto rank -- Rape -- Rapid eye movement (rem) -- Rating scale -- Rational motivation -- Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) -- Reaction time -- Readiness test -- Reading disability -- Reality therapy -- Recovered memories -- Reflective listening -- Reflexes -- Rehabilitation -- Rehearsal -- Wilhelm Reich -- Reinforcement -- Relational-cultural therapy -- Research methodology -- Residential treatment -- Resilience -- Retrospective cohort study -- Ribonucleic acid (RNA) -- Right-brain hemisphere -- Risk-taking behaviors -- Carl Rogers -- Role playing -- Rorschach technique -- Rosenzweig picture frustration study -- Rote learning -- Julian b -- Rotter -- Benjamin rush -- Sampling methods -- Satanic ritual abuse -- Virginia M. Satir -- Savant syndrome -- Scapegoating -- Schizophrenia -- Scholastic assessment test -- School phobia/school refusal -- School psychology -- Scientific method -- Seasonal affective disorder -- Security objects -- Self-actualization -- Self-concept -- Self-conscious emotions -- Self-control strategies -- Self-esteem -- Self-fulfilling prophecy -- Self-help groups -- Self-report inventory -- Semantic memory -- Sensation -- Sensitivity training -- Sensitization -- Sensory deprivation -- Sensory modalities -- Separation anxiety -- Serial learning -- Serial position function -- Sex differences -- Sex offenders -- Sex roles -- Sex therapies -- Sexological testing -- Sexual abuse -- Sexual dysfunction disorders -- Sexual identity -- David Shakow -- Shaping -- William Herbert Sheldon -- Milicent Washburn Shinn -- Shyness -- Signal detection theory -- Significance level -- B. F. Skinner -- Sleep -- Sleep-wake disorders -- Smell -- Smoking behavior -- Social cognition -- Social competence -- Social influence -- Social learning theory -- Social media and social media studies -- Social perception -- Social psychology -- Socialization -- Somatotherapy -- Somnambulism -- Spatial memory -- Charles Edward Spearman -- Speech perception -- Speech-language pathology -- Janet Taylor Spence -- Kenneth w -- Spence -- Split-brain technique -- Benjamin Spock -- Sports psychology -- Stalking -- Standard error -- Standard progressive matrices (SPM) -- Standardized test -- Stanford-Binet intelligence scales -- Statistical significance -- Statistics in psychology -- Stereotype -- Robert J. Sternberg -- Stimulants -- Strange situation -- Stranger anxiety -- Stress -- Structuralism -- Subliminal influence -- Suicide -- Harry Stack Sullivan -- Superego -- Superstition -- Survey -- Synapse -- Systems psychology -- Tangential learning -- Taste -- Temperament -- Temporal motivation theory -- Lewis Terman -- Test anxiety -- Testing bias -- Thalamus -- Thematic apperception test -- Edward Thorndike -- Edward Chace Tolman -- Torture -- Touch -- Tourette syndrome -- Transactional analysis -- Transference -- Transpersonal psychology -- Twins -- Unconscious -- Unconscious motivation -- Underachiever -- Validity -- Violence -- Vision -- Vocational aptitude test -- Margaret Flot Washburn -- John Broadus Watson -- David Wechsler -- Wechsler intelligence scales -- Weight control -- Carl Wernicke -- Max Wertheimer -- Withdrawal behavior -- Joseph Wolpe -- Word association test -- Workplace violence -- Wilhelm Maximillian Wundt -- Robert M. Yerkes -- Edward F. Zigler -- Zone of proximal development
Control code
GVRL8GPX
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Edition
Third edition.
Extent
1 online resource
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Form of item
online
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Media category
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Media MARC source
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Specific material designation
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Label
The Gale encyclopedia of psychology, Jacqueline L. Longe, editor, (electronic resource/)
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ability -- Abnormal psychology -- Abortion -- Absolute threshold -- Acculturation -- Achievement tests -- Nathan Ward Ackerman -- Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (aids) -- Action potential -- Adaptation -- Addiction/addictive personality -- Adjustment disorders -- Alfred Adler -- Adolescence -- Adolescent depression -- Adoption -- Advertising psychology -- Affect -- Affiliation -- Aggression -- Aging -- Mary Ainsworth -- Alcohol dependence and abuse -- Alienation -- Gordon Willard Allport -- Altruism -- Alzheimer's disease -- American academy of child and adolescent psychiatry -- American psychiatric association -- American psychological association -- Americans with disabilities act (ADA) -- Ames room -- Amnesia -- Anne Anastasi -- Anger -- Animal experimentation -- Anorexia -- Antianxiety drugs -- Antidepressant drugs -- Antipsychotic drugs -- Antisocial behavior -- Antisocial personality disorder -- Anxiety and anxiety disorders -- Apgar score -- Aphasia -- Applied psychology -- Approach versus avoidance -- Archetype -- Art therapy -- Artificial intelligence -- Asperger syndrome -- Assessment, psychological -- Assimilation -- Association for psychological science (APS) -- Associationism -- Attachment -- Attention -- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) -- Attitude and behavior -- Attitudes and attitude change -- Attraction, interpersonal -- Attribution theory -- Authoritarian personality -- Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) -- Autoeroticism -- Autonomic nervous system -- Aversive conditioning -- Avoidance learning -- Albert Bandura -- Battered child syndrome -- Bayley scales of infant and toddler development -- Nancy Bayley -- Aaron T. Beck -- Clifford Beers -- Behavior modification -- Behavior therapy -- Behaviorism -- Bender-Gestalt test -- Bruno Bettelheim -- Bilateral cingulotomy -- Bilingualism and bilingual education -- Alfred Binet -- Binocular depth cues -- Biofeedback -- Bipolar disorder -- Birth -- Birth order -- Birth trauma -- Bisexuality -- Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) -- Body image -- Bonding -- Borderline personality disorder -- Boredom -- Medard Boss -- Murray Bowen -- John Bowlby -- Brain -- Brain disorders -- Brain injuries -- Brainwashing -- T. Berry Brazelton -- Josef Breuer -- Brief reactive psychosis -- Pierre-Paul Broca -- Jerome S. Bruner -- Bulimia -- Bullies -- Bystander effect -- Caffeine-related disorders -- Mary Whiton Calkins -- Cannabis-related disorders -- Career counseling -- Case study methodologies -- Catharsis -- Cathexis -- James McKeen Cattell -- Raymond Bernard Cattell -- Central nervous system -- Central tendency measures -- Character -- Jean Martin Charcot -- Chi-square test -- Child abuse -- Child development -- Child psychology -- Childhood -- Noam Chomsky -- Circadian rhythms -- Kenneth Bancroft Clark -- Classical conditioning -- Client-centered therapy -- Clinical psychology -- Cliques -- Codependence -- Cognition -- Cognitive behavioral therapy -- Cognitive development -- Cognitive dissonance -- Cognitive psychology -- Cognitive therapy -- Cognitivism -- Robert Martin Coles -- Color vision -- Coma -- Combat neurosis -- Communication skills and disorders -- Comparative psychology -- Competence to stand trial -- Competition -- Compulsions -- Computer simulation (modeling) -- Concept formation -- Conditioned response -- Conditioned stimulus -- Conditioning -- Conduct disorder -- Confidence intervals -- Confidentiality and legal privilege -- Conflict resolution -- Conformity -- Conscience -- Conscious and unconscious motivations -- Consciousness -- Constructivism -- Consumer psychology -- Contrast -- Control group -- Convergent thinking -- Conversion reaction -- Coping behavior -- Correctional psychology -- Correlational method -- Counseling psychology -- Counterconditioning -- Covert sensitization -- Creativity -- Creativity tests -- Criminal profiling -- Crisis intervention -- Critical period -- Cross-cultural psychology -- Cross-sectional study -- Cults -- Cultural-historical psychology -- Culture-fair test -- Charles Robert Darwin -- Daydreaming -- Deductive reasoning -- Deep brain stimulation -- Defense mechanisms -- Delay of gratification -- Delayed response -- Delirium -- Delusion and delusional disorders -- Dementia -- Dendrites -- Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) -- Dependent personality disorder -- Dependent variable -- Depression -- Depth perception -- Ren ̌Descartes -- Descriptive psychology -- Desensitization -- Determinism -- Developmental delay -- Developmental stages, theories of -- John Dewey -- Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (DSM-5) -- Dialectical behavior therapy -- Differential psychology -- Direct observation tests -- Disability -- Dissociation and dissociative disorders -- Dissociative identity disorder -- Divergent thinking -- Divorce -- Down syndrome -- Draw-a-person test -- Dreams -- Drive reduction -- Drug therapy -- Dysfunctional family -- Dyslexia --
  • Eating disorders -- Hermann Ebbinghaus -- John C. Eccles -- Echolalia -- Ecological systems theory -- Educational psychology -- Effector -- Ego -- Elective mutism -- Electrical stimulation of the brain -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) -- Electroencephalograph (EEG) -- David Elkind -- Albert Ellis -- Emotion -- Emotional development -- Emotional intelligence -- Empathy -- Empiricism -- Encounter group -- Enculturation -- Endocrine glands -- Environment -- Environmental psychology -- Equilibrium sense -- Erik Erikson -- Ethical treatment of animals -- Ethnocentrism -- Ethology -- Etiology -- Eugenics -- Evolutionary psychology (ep) -- Exhibitionism -- Existential psychology -- Experimental design -- Experimental group -- Experimental psychology -- Expert testimony -- Extinction -- Extroversion -- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) -- Hans Jurgen Eysenck -- Facial recognition -- False memory syndrome -- Familial retardation -- Family -- Family size -- Family therapy -- Fantasy -- Fear -- Gustav Theodor Fechner -- Feral children -- Leon Festinger -- Fetal alcohol effect (FAE) and syndrome (FAS) -- Fight/flight reaction -- Figure-ground perception -- Fine motor skills -- Fixation -- John Hurley Flavell -- Food addiction -- Forensic psychology -- Forgetting curve -- Waldo David Frank -- Viktor E. Frankl -- Free association -- Free-recall learning -- Frequency (auditory) -- Frequency distribution -- Anna Freud -- Sigmund Freud -- Friendship -- Erich Seligman Fromm -- Fugue -- Functional disorder -- Functional fixedness -- Functionalism -- Phineas Gage -- Galen -- Sir Francis Galton -- Gangs -- Howard Earl Gardner -- Gender bias -- Gender constancy -- Gender dysphoria disorder -- Gender identity -- General adaptation syndrome -- Genius -- Geriatric psychology -- Arnold Gesell -- Gestalt principles of organization -- Gestalt psychology -- Gestalt therapy -- Eleanor J. Gibson -- James Jerome Gibson -- Giftedness -- Goal-setting theory -- Grief -- Gross motor skills -- Group dynamics -- Group therapy -- Guilt -- Edwin Ray Guthrie -- Habituation -- Jay Haley -- Halfway house -- Granville Stanley Hall -- Hallucinations -- Hallucinogens -- Halo effect -- Handedness -- Hand-eye coordination -- Harry F. Harlow -- Health psychology -- Hearing -- Donald O. Hebb -- Fritz Heider -- Hermann von Helmholtz -- Heredity -- Herzberg's two-factor theory -- Heterosexuality -- Heuristics -- High intelligence -- High-risk participant studies -- Ernest R. Hilgard -- Robert Aubrey Hinde -- Histrionic personality disorder -- Hoarding -- Holtzman inkblot technique -- Evelyn hooker -- Hormones -- Karen Horney -- Hostility -- Ethel Dench Puffer Howes -- Clark Leonard Hull -- Human potential, movement -- Humanistic psychology -- David Hume -- Humor -- Hypnosis -- Hypochondria -- Hypothalamus -- Hypothesis testing -- Id -- Identification with the aggressor -- Identity/identity formation -- Imagination -- Imitation -- Imprinting -- Impulse control disorders -- Incentive theory -- Incest -- Independent variable -- Inductive reasoning -- Industrial psychology -- Infancy -- Inferiority complex -- Information-processing theory -- Informed consent -- Barbel Inhelder -- Insanity defense -- Instinct -- Institutionalization -- Instrumental behavior -- Insulin shock therapy -- Intellectual disability -- Intelligence -- Intelligence quotient (IQ) -- Intelligence tests -- Interdisciplinary treatment -- Interest inventory -- Intermittent explosive disorder -- Internet-based therapy -- Interpersonal therapy -- Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation -- Intrinsic motivation and the 16 basic desires theory -- Introversion -- Irrational beliefs -- William James -- Pierre Marie Felix Janet -- Jealousy -- Arthur R. Jensen -- Virginia E. Johnson -- Jukes family -- Carl Jung -- Just noticeable difference -- Juvenile delinquency -- Jerome Kagan -- Kallikak family -- George Alexander Kelly -- Kinesthetic sense -- Alfred Charles Kinsey -- Kleptomania -- Kurt Koffka -- Lawrence Kohlberg -- Kohs block test -- Emil Kraepelin -- Christine Ladd-Franklin -- Ronald David Laing -- Language delay -- Language development -- Language disorder -- Karl spencer lashley -- Late-life psychosis -- Latent inhibition -- Law of effect -- Arnold Allan Lazarus -- Leadership -- Learned helplessness -- Learning -- Learning: associative -- Learning curve -- Learning: dialogic learning -- Learning disability -- Learning: e-learning and augmented learning -- Learning: episodic -- Learning: formal and informal -- Learning: meaningful learning -- Learning: multimedia learning -- Learning: non-associative -- Learning theory -- Learning-to-learn -- Left-brain hemisphere -- Leukotomy -- Kurt Lewin -- Libido -- Lie detection -- Marsha M. Linehan -- Localization (brain function) -- Localization (sensory) -- John Locke -- Locus of control -- Jane Loevinger -- Logical thinking -- Logotherapy -- Longitudinal study -- Konrad Lorenz accepts Nobel Prize for behavioral research -- Aleksandr Romanovich Luria --
  • Eleanor Emmons Maccoby -- Malingering -- Mania -- Marijuana -- Marriage counseling -- Abraham Maslow -- William Masters -- Rollo May -- William McDougall -- Margaret Mead -- Mean -- Measurement -- Media psychology -- Median -- Meditation -- Paul Everett Meehl -- Melancholia -- Memory -- Mental age -- Mental health -- Mental hospitals -- Mental illness -- Mental imagery -- Merrill-palmer scales of mental tests -- Franz Anton Mesmer -- Metapsychology -- Adolf Meyer -- Middle years -- Stanley Milgram -- Milgram's obedience experiment -- Military mental health -- Alice Miller -- Minimal brain dysfunction -- Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory -- Salvador Minuchin -- Mnemonic strategies -- Mob psychology -- Mode -- Modeling -- Monist and pluralistic motivational theories -- Maria Montessori -- Mood -- Mood stabilizers -- Moral development -- Christiana Drummond Morgan -- Motion perception -- Motivation -- Multicultural counseling -- Multivariate methods -- Henry Alexander Murray, Jr. -- Music therapy -- Myers-Briggs type indicator -- Narcissism -- Narcolepsy -- Narcotic drugs -- National Association of School Psychologists -- National institute of mental health -- Nature-nurture controversy -- Margaret Naumburg -- Near-death experience -- Negativism -- Neocortex -- Nerve -- Nervous system -- Neural transmission: excita-tory and inhibitory synapses -- Neuroimaging -- Neuron -- Neuroplasticity -- Neuropsychological tests -- Neurosis -- Neurotransmitter -- Night terrors -- Nightmares -- Norm -- Normal -- Normal distribution -- Obesity -- Objective tests -- Observational study -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder -- Occupational therapist -- Oedipus complex -- Operant conditioning -- Oppositional-defiant disorder -- Organic disorder -- Organismic psychology -- Arthur Otis -- Overachiever -- Pain -- Paired-associate learning -- Panic/panic disorders -- Paranoia -- Paraphilia -- Parapsychology -- Parent-child relationship -- Parkinson's disease -- Passive-aggressive personality -- Ivan Pavlov -- Pedophilia -- Peer acceptance -- Peer groups -- Peer mediation -- Peer pressure -- Wilder Graves Penfield -- Perfectionism -- Frederick S. Perls -- Personality -- Personality development -- Personality disorders -- Personality inventory -- Pervasive developmental disorder (PDD) -- Phenomenology -- Philosophical psychology -- Phobia -- Phrenology -- Physiological psychology -- Jean Piaget -- Piaget's theory of cognitive development -- Philippe Pinel -- Placebo effect -- Play -- Play therapy -- Pleasure principle -- Pornography -- Postpartum depression -- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) -- Power -- Preconscious -- Prejudice and discrimination -- Premarital counseling -- Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) -- Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) -- Primal therapy -- Priming -- Probability -- Process psychology -- Programmed learning -- Projective tests -- Propaganda -- Prospective cohort study -- Psyche -- Psychiatrist -- Psychoanalysis -- Psychodynamic psychotherapy -- Psychohistory -- Psychological disorder -- Psychologist -- Psychology of self -- Psychometrics -- Psychopharmacology -- Psychophysics -- Psychosexual stages -- Psychosis -- Psychosocial development -- Psychosomatic disorders -- Psychosurgery -- Psychotherapy -- Psychotic disorders -- Puberty -- Punishment -- Pyromania -- Qualitative methods --
  • Race and intelligence -- Racism -- Radical behaviorism -- Otto rank -- Rape -- Rapid eye movement (rem) -- Rating scale -- Rational motivation -- Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) -- Reaction time -- Readiness test -- Reading disability -- Reality therapy -- Recovered memories -- Reflective listening -- Reflexes -- Rehabilitation -- Rehearsal -- Wilhelm Reich -- Reinforcement -- Relational-cultural therapy -- Research methodology -- Residential treatment -- Resilience -- Retrospective cohort study -- Ribonucleic acid (RNA) -- Right-brain hemisphere -- Risk-taking behaviors -- Carl Rogers -- Role playing -- Rorschach technique -- Rosenzweig picture frustration study -- Rote learning -- Julian b -- Rotter -- Benjamin rush -- Sampling methods -- Satanic ritual abuse -- Virginia M. Satir -- Savant syndrome -- Scapegoating -- Schizophrenia -- Scholastic assessment test -- School phobia/school refusal -- School psychology -- Scientific method -- Seasonal affective disorder -- Security objects -- Self-actualization -- Self-concept -- Self-conscious emotions -- Self-control strategies -- Self-esteem -- Self-fulfilling prophecy -- Self-help groups -- Self-report inventory -- Semantic memory -- Sensation -- Sensitivity training -- Sensitization -- Sensory deprivation -- Sensory modalities -- Separation anxiety -- Serial learning -- Serial position function -- Sex differences -- Sex offenders -- Sex roles -- Sex therapies -- Sexological testing -- Sexual abuse -- Sexual dysfunction disorders -- Sexual identity -- David Shakow -- Shaping -- William Herbert Sheldon -- Milicent Washburn Shinn -- Shyness -- Signal detection theory -- Significance level -- B. F. Skinner -- Sleep -- Sleep-wake disorders -- Smell -- Smoking behavior -- Social cognition -- Social competence -- Social influence -- Social learning theory -- Social media and social media studies -- Social perception -- Social psychology -- Socialization -- Somatotherapy -- Somnambulism -- Spatial memory -- Charles Edward Spearman -- Speech perception -- Speech-language pathology -- Janet Taylor Spence -- Kenneth w -- Spence -- Split-brain technique -- Benjamin Spock -- Sports psychology -- Stalking -- Standard error -- Standard progressive matrices (SPM) -- Standardized test -- Stanford-Binet intelligence scales -- Statistical significance -- Statistics in psychology -- Stereotype -- Robert J. Sternberg -- Stimulants -- Strange situation -- Stranger anxiety -- Stress -- Structuralism -- Subliminal influence -- Suicide -- Harry Stack Sullivan -- Superego -- Superstition -- Survey -- Synapse -- Systems psychology -- Tangential learning -- Taste -- Temperament -- Temporal motivation theory -- Lewis Terman -- Test anxiety -- Testing bias -- Thalamus -- Thematic apperception test -- Edward Thorndike -- Edward Chace Tolman -- Torture -- Touch -- Tourette syndrome -- Transactional analysis -- Transference -- Transpersonal psychology -- Twins -- Unconscious -- Unconscious motivation -- Underachiever -- Validity -- Violence -- Vision -- Vocational aptitude test -- Margaret Flot Washburn -- John Broadus Watson -- David Wechsler -- Wechsler intelligence scales -- Weight control -- Carl Wernicke -- Max Wertheimer -- Withdrawal behavior -- Joseph Wolpe -- Word association test -- Workplace violence -- Wilhelm Maximillian Wundt -- Robert M. Yerkes -- Edward F. Zigler -- Zone of proximal development
Control code
GVRL8GPX
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Third edition.
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote

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