PsychNote PsychNote By Robin M. Kowalski, Lisa Cravens-Brown PsychNote is an innovative new learning program for Intro to Psych. Each area of study contains a condensed overview of important concepts supported by photos, charts, graphs and tables, and also includes a concept outline designed to be used for student note-taking. This outline provides a skeleton view of the important concepts discussed and space for a student to write notes from the instructor’s lecture. PsychNote provides students with a broad foundation of knowledge as they move into more advanced studies. Schedule a Demo Sign Up for a Test Drive Adopt WileyPLUS Want to learn more about WileyPLUS? Click Here Hear from our Authors What’s Inside About the Authors Table of Contents Read, Study, and Practice Students learn course concepts using the complete online eTextbook, flashcards, crossword puzzles, practice questions, videos, and animations. 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Dr. Robin Kowalski is a professor of psychology at Clemson University. She has received a host of awards including SEPA Professional Paper Award, Association of Women in Psychology (AWP)/Division 35 Research Award, SEPA/CEPO Research Award, and the Phi Beta Kappa Award. Dr. Kowalski is a a member of several organizations including the Southeastern Psychology Association, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, American Psychological Association, and the International Society for Self and Identity. Her research interests include Cyber Bullying, Aversive Interpersonal Behaviors, especially teasing and complaining, Health Psychology, and Courage. Lisa Cravens-Brown is a triple alumna of The Ohio State University, having earned her B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in child clinical psychology. After her internship at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, she returned to Columbus to work fulltime as a therapist for sex offending youth at a local community mental health center. Several years ago, she became re-involved with the University, first as a contract instructor, then as full-time teaching faculty in the Department of Psychology, where she holds a senior lecturer position. In addition to teaching several large undergraduate classes each quarter, Lisa gives multiple lectures and talks around campus and has recently taken on the role of faculty adviser to a new student sexuality discussion group. Chapter 1. The Study of Mental Processes and BehaviorChapter 2. Research Methods in PsychologyChapter 3. Biological Bases of Mental Life and BehaviorChapter 4. Sensation and PerceptionChapter 5. LearningChapter 6. MemoryChapter 7. Thought and LanguageChapter 8. IntelligenceChapter 9. ConsciousnessChapter 10. Motivation and EmotionChapter 11. Health, Stress, and CopingChapter 12. PersonalityChapter 13. Life-Span DevelopmentChapter 14. Psychological DisordersChapter 15. Treatment of Psychological DisordersChapter 16. Social CognitionChapter 17. 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