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Human Experimental Psychology

Human Experimental Psychology - 85 edition

ISBN13: 978-0195035742

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ISBN13: 978-0195035742
ISBN10: 0195035747
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Edition/Copyright: 85
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Published: 1985
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Human Experimental Psychology - 85 edition

ISBN13: 978-0195035742

Joan G. Snodgrass

ISBN13: 978-0195035742
ISBN10: 0195035747
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 85
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Published: 1985
International: No
Summary

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.

Author Bio

Snodgrass, Joan Gay : New York University


Berger, Gail L. : Columbia University in the City of New York


Haydon, Martin : New York University

Table of Contents

Part I: Design Methodology: Understanding and Planning Experiments

1. Introduction to Human Experimental Psychology
2. Designing the Experiment
3. Pitfalls in Experimentation
4. Psychophysical Methods
5. Mental Chronometry: Measuring the Speed of Mental Events

Part II: Content: Research Areas in Experimental Psychology

6. Perception and Attention
7. Conditioning, Learning, and Motivation
8. Episodic Memory
9. Semantic Memory
10. Thinking and Problem Solving
11. Applying Experimental Methods to Other Areas in Psychology

Part III: Procedural Methodology: The Nuts and Bolts of Experimentation

12. Human Subjects
13. Apparatus
14. Stimulus Materials
15. Descriptive Statistics: Describing and Displaying Data
16. Inferential Statistics: Drawing Conclusions from Data
17. The Research Report


Appendix A. Statistical Tables
Appendix B. The Applications of Signal Detection Theory to Recognition Memory

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