The third edition of this title is an expanded and updated review of the most up to date research in the field, covering social cognition models and health behaviours. The study of behaviours that influence health and the factors determining which individuals perform such behaviours has become a key area of research within health psychology. This book provides an overview of current research and practical details of how to apply the most widely used social cognition models to predict and change health behaviours. This popular, established text has been expanded to include the most up-to-date research on social cognition models and health behaviours.
2nd Edition - This work considers the important issue of what is 'normal' and what is 'atypical' in child development. It examines the main processes involved in developing atypically, as well as the circumstances and conditions associated with it.
This volume provides a thorough and up-to-date synthesis of the expansive and highly influential literature on the cognitive neuroscience of addiction from the last 30 years. Bringing together contributions from leading authorities in the field, it places emphasis on the most commonly investigated drugs of abuse.
This book presents a detailed picture of normal early child development in Hong Kong. The information will help the understanding of Chinese children aged between three and six years, and can be used to prepare develop-mentally appropriate learning activities.
The author traces how such a seemingly immutable idea as measurement proved so malleable when it collided with the subject matter of psychology. Philosophical and social influences are examined. This book traces how such a seemingly immutable idea as measurement proved so malleable when it collided with the subject matter of psychology. It locates the philosophical and social influences reshaping the concept and identifies a fundamental problem: are psychological attributes really quantitative?
'The Lucifer Effect' examines how the human mind has the capacity to be infinitely caring or selfish, kind or cruel, creative or destructive, and the ways in which the goodness of humanity can be transformed into bestiality.
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