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Biological Psychology

biological psychology third edition by connor whiteley

Do you want to know how our biology can impact our behaviour?

Have you any wondered the importance of sleep and the meaning of dreams? 

Do you want to learn how and why we experience the senses we do? 


If the answer is yes to any of these questions and more, then this is the book for you as you'll learn a lot of great information about biological psychology and how our biology impacts our behaviour. All explained in an interesting and easy-to-understand way.


By the end of the book, you’ll learn:

  • What is biological psychology?

  • How evolution, hormones and neurotransmitter affect our behaviour?

  • How our biology affects our behaviour?

  • And much more…


Buy today to start learning the fascinating topic of biological psychology.


Biological Psychology Content:



Part One: Introduction to Biological Psychology

Chapter 1: History of Psychology

Chapter 2: Localisation

Chapter 3: Neuroplasticity

Chapter 4: Neuroplasticity by Brain Damage and laterization of Function

Chapter 5: Genetics

Chapter 6: Chromosome abnormalities and Disorders

Chapter 7: Evolution


Part Two: The Nervous System, Neurotransmitters, Hormones and Pheromones

Chapter 8: Historical Thoughts on The Nervous System

Chapter 9: The Brain, Anatomy and The Nervous System

Chapter 10: The Three Main Divisions of The Brain

Chapter 11: Neurotransmitters

Chapter 12: Synaptic Transmission

Chapter 13: Biological Basis of Drugs: Alcohol, Cocaine, Nicotine And More

Chapter 14: Hormones

Chapter 15: Pheromones


Part Three: Research Methods

Chapter 16: Research Methods

Chapter 17: How to Pick the Right Research Method?

Chapter 18: Psychophysiological Measures


Part Four: Primal Drives

Chapter 19:  Primal Drives

Chapter 20: Hunger

Chapter 21: Thirst

Chapter 22: Reproductive Behaviours


Part Five: Sensations

Chapter 23: Sensations and Perceptions

Chapter 24: Psychophysics

Chapter 25: The Senses, The Brain and The Nervous System

Chapter 26: Vision

Chapter 27: Hearing

Chapter 28: Other Senses


Five Six: The Psychology of Sleep

Chapter 29: Introduction to Sleep

Chapter 30: Disruptions to Sleep and the Circadian Rhythm

Chapter 31: Stages of Sleep

Chapter 32: Function of Sleep and Sleep Disorders

Chapter 33: Dreaming

biological psychology, cognitive psychology, social psychology, abnormal psychology
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