Psych 101: Psychology Facts, Basics, Statistics, Tests, and More!
A hands-on approach to exploring the human mind
A hands-on approach to exploring the human mind?Too often, textbooks turn the noteworthy theories, principles, and experiments of psychology into tedious discourse that even Freud would want to repress.?Psych 101?cuts out the boring details and statistics, and instead, gives you a lesson in psychology that keeps you engaged – and your synapses firing. From personality quizzes and the Rorschach Blot Test to B.F. Skinner and the stages of development, this primer for human behavior is packed with hundreds of entertaining psychology basics and quizzes you can’t get anywhere else. So whether you’re looking to unravel the intricacies of the mind, or just want to find out what makes your friends tick,?Psych 101?has all the answers – even the ones you didn’t know you were looking for.
Praise and Reviews
When learning a behavior that is new, a fixed-ratio schedule is always best, while a variable-interval schedule is extremely resistant to extinction.CONDITIONED REFLEX: A response that becomes associated with a previously unrelated stimulus as a result of pairing the stimulus with another stimulus normally yielding the response.Positive and negative reinforcement will strengthen a particular behavior, making it more likely to occur, and punishment and extinction will weaken a particular behavior.
About the Author
Paul Kleinman grew up in White Plains, New York, and currently resides in New York City. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 2009 with degrees in Art and Communication Arts: Radio, Television and Film. Out of fear that his author bio is painfully boring, he began making things up. He is an astronaut. He trains cobras. He is very tall and in no way sickly pale. He is also a humor writer. That one is true. Maybe.