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By Adrian Furnham, Dimitrios Tsivrikos

ISBN-10: 1119161673

ISBN-13: 9781119161677

All within the brain: Psychology for the Curious, 3rd Edition covers vital, topical, and infrequently debatable matters within the box of Psychology in a fascinating replacement or complement to standard pupil textbooks. The 3rd variation of a profitable and uniquely readable textbook – comprises greater than thirds fresh fabric, with all retained fabric completely revised and up-to-date. All within the brain, third version bargains a brand new and interesting technique to ponder key theories and methods in psychology; delivering an unique substitute or complement to standard instructing textbooks.

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Switching among different types of alcohol is more likely to lead to drunkenness than sticking to one type of alcohol. One can’t become an alcoholic by drinking beer only. There’s good evidence that people who smoke marijuana for many years end up apathetic. Most people with brain injury look and act disabled. Following a head injury, the best prescription is rest. A head injury can’t produce brain damage unless the person is knocked unconscious. ” Humans have five senses. Most color‐blind people see the world in black and white.

Other development and aging myths to explore: ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● A mother’s bad mood can lead to miscarriage. The first few minutes following birth are crucial for effective parent– infant bonding. The first three years are especially critical to infant development. Children given a great deal of physical encouragement and support walk earlier than other children. Newborn babies are virtually blind and deaf. Infants establish attachment bonds only to their mothers.

Terminally ill people can often “postpone” their deaths until after hol­ idays, birthdays, or other personally significant days. “Untangling” Myths and Psychological Realities 27 Myths about memory 11. Human memory works like a tape recorder or video camera, and accurately records the events we’ve experienced. Our memories are, in fact, not true replicas of past events. We do experience flashbulb memories of extremely emotional or salient events that stand out to us and seem to be precise. Yet even flashbulb memories of events such as 9/11 are prone to distortions, as with all memories.

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