Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Devendra Singh, David D. Avery.|
|Contributions||Avery, David D.|
|LC Classifications||QP360 .S52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 185 p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||74082037|
Techniques and Basic Experiments for the Study of Brain and Behavior emphasizes the practical aspects of conducting behavioral experiments, illustrates the various fundamental methods with characteristic examples, and provides a thorough description of the techniques. First, employing these methods allows the researcher to address questions that are only accessible in this manner; “physiological” questions often require physiological methods. Second, physiological measures and behavioral observations bypass certain problems involved in self-reporting, such as selective reporting, biases, forgetting, and Author: Rolf G. Jacob, Carolyn Brodbeck, Duncan B. Clark. The editing of this book was carried out as a project of the Bureau of Social Science Research, Inc. Dr. Robert T. Bower, director of the Bureau, generously gave his time and talents to this project. To understand how brain affects behavior or mental processes we need to look at behavior rather carefully and at many different levels or perspectives. 7 1. Description of behavior 2. Evolution of behavior 3. Development (ontological) of behavior 4. Mechanisms of behavior 5. Applications of biopsychology to behavior Description of Behavior 1.
Research Methods in Applied Behavior Analysis, 2 nd edition, is a practical text that provides the beginning researcher with a clear description of how behavior analysts conduct applied research and submit it for publication. In a sequence of ten logical steps, the text covers the elements of single-case research design and the practices involved in organizing, implementing, and evaluating Reviews: Physiological measurement involves the direct or indirect observation of variables attributable to normative functioning of systems and subsystems in the human body. The tools and techniques of this method are varied, but all are based on empirical observation. The journal Behavior Research Methods publishes articles concerned with the methods, techniques, and instrumentation of research in experimental psychology. The journal focuses particularly on the use of computer technology in psychological research. An annual special issue is devoted to this field. The physiological psychologist is not content merely to scavenge the physiological literature for useful scraps. Rather, these behavioral scientists make extensive use of physiological methods in their research. At first these in- volved mainly cortical lesions, then stereotaxic lesions and stimulation.
The plan of this book is to provide students with elementary information regarding the anatomy and physiology of various body systems, methods of recording the activity of these systems, and studies and concepts describing how these physiological responses have been correlated with psychological aspects of behavior. Structural techniques produce images of the anatomical architecture of the brain, whereas functional techniques produce images of the physiological processes that underscore neural activity. This discussion surveys both classification of techniques and describes how they can be used in modern neuroscience research. Start studying Research Methods in physiological psychology. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Foundations of Physiological Psychology offers a briefer, sixteen chapter introduction to the foundations of physiology, incorporating the latest studies and research in the rapidly changing fields of neuroscience and physiological psychology.. The text uses many human examples, case studies, and MyPsychlab featuring Carlson’s Neuroscience Animations to help make the material interesting and Price: $