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Study Guide to Accompany Garrett & Hough's Brain & Behavior: An Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience
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Study Guide to Accompany Garrett & Hough's Brain & Behavior: An Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience

Fifth Edition
  • Bob Garrett - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA
  • Gerald Hough - Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ


© 2018 | 272 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc

Completely revised to accompany the best-selling Brain & Behavior: An Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience, Fifth Edition, the Study Guide offers students even more opportunities to review, practice, and master course material. Featuring chapter outlines, learning objectives, summaries and guided reviews, short answer and essay questions, multiple choice post-test questions, and answer keys, the guide reflects important updates made to the content in the main text to enhance student understanding.

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Acknowledgments
 
1. What Is Behavioral Neuroscience?
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
The Origins of Behavioral Neuroscience  
Nature and Nurture  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
2. Communication Within the Nervous System
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
The Cells That Make Us Who We Are  
How Neurons Communicate With Each Other  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
3. The Organization and Functions of the Nervous System
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
The Central Nervous System  
The Peripheral Nervous System  
Development and Change in the Nervous System  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
4. The Methods and Ethics of Research
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
Science, Research, and Theory  
Research Techniques  
Research Ethics  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
5. Drugs, Addiction, and Reward
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
Psychoactive Drugs  
Addiction  
The Role of Genes in Addiction  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
6. Motivation and the Regulation of Internal States
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
Motivation and Homeostasis  
Hunger: A Complex Drive  
Obesity  
Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating Disorder  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
7. The Biology of Sex and Gender
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
Sex as a Form of Motivation  
The Biological Determination of Sex  
Gender-Related Behavioral and Cognitive Differences  
Sexual Orientation  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
8. Emotion and Health
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
Emotion and the Nervous System  
Stress, Immunity, and Health  
Biological Origins of Aggression  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
9. Hearing and Language
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
Hearing  
Language  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
10. Vision and Visual Perception
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
Light and the Visual Apparatus  
Color Vision  
Form Vision  
The Perception of Objects, Color, and Movement  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
11. The Body Senses and Movement
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
The Body Senses  
Movement  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
12. Learning and Memory
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
Learning as the Storage of Memories  
Brain Changes in Learning  
Learning Deficiencies and Disorders  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
13. Intelligence and Cognitive Functioning
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
The Nature of Intelligence  
The Biological Origins of Intelligence  
Deficiencies and Disorders of Intelligence  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
14. Psychological Disorders
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
Schizophrenia  
Affective Disorders  
Anxiety, Trauma, and Stress-Related Disorders  
Personality Disorders  
Post-test  
Answers  
 
15. Sleep and Consciousness
Chapter Outline  
Learning Objectives  
Sleep and Dreaming  
The Neural Bases of Consciousness  
Post-test  
Answers  
Key features

KEY FEATURES: 

  • Chapter outlines reflect important updates made to the content in the main text to enhance student understanding.
  • Learning objectives have been rewritten in accordance with Bloom’s taxonomy and can measure student learning.
  • Summaries and guided reviews ask students to fill in the blank in section summaries and include answers.
  • Short answer and essay questions and post-test multiple choice questions with answer keys help students test their knowledge and identify opportunities for improvement.   

 


Sample Materials & Chapters

Chapter 1: What is Behavioral Neuroscience?


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