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Chapter 1: Introduction.- James R. Pomerantz and Morton Ann Gernsbacher Psychology and the Real World: An Introduction.- Chapter 2: Methods of Psychology John H. Krantz Can the World Wide Web Be Used for Research? Paul R. Sackett Integrity Testing for Personnel Selection: The Role of Research Methods.- Chapter 3: Neuroscience Bruce S. McEwen Neurobiology of Stress and Adaptation: Implications for Health Psychology, Behavioral Medicine, and Beyond Michael I. Posner and Mary K. Rothbart Applying the Mechanisms of Self-Regulation.- Chapter 4: Sensation and Perception Donald D. Hoffman Human Vision as a Reality Engine Jeremy M. Wolfe Visual Search: Is It a Matter of Life and Death? Chapter 5: Learning Elizabeth L. Bjork and Robert Bjork Making Things Hard on Yourself, But in a Good Way: Creating Desirable Difficulties to Enhance Learning Henry L. Roediger, III, Kathleen B. McDermott, and Mark A. McDaniel Using Testing to Improve Learning and Memory Chapter 6: Memory Fergus I. M. Craik Levels of Processing in Human Memory Elizabeth F. Loftus Crimes of Memory: False Memories and Societal Justice.- Chapter 7: Language and Thought Susan Goldin-Meadow Creating and Learning Language by Hand Herbert S. Terrace Thinking Without Language.- Chapter 8: Consciousness Bernard J. Baars Thinking About Consciousness Daniel M. Wegner When You Put Things Out of Mind, Where Do They Go?.- Chapter 9: Intelligence Howard Gardner The Theory of Multiple Intelligences Robert J. Sternberg The Rainbow Project: Using a Psychological Theory of Intelligence to Improve the College Admissions Process.- Chapter 10: Emotion and Motivation Paul Ekman and David Matsumoto Reading Faces: The Universality of Emotional Expression E. Tory Higgins Human Self-Regulation and Emotion.- Chapter 11: Development Barbara Rogoff, Maricela Correa-Chavez, and Katie G. Silva Cultural Variation in Children's Attention and Learning Carolyn Rovee-Collier Preserving Infant Memories.- Chapter 12: Personality Mark Snyder Products of Their Personalities, or Creatures of Their Situations? Personality and Social Behavior Have the Answer.- Chapter 13: Psychological Disorders Irving I. Gottesman Predisposed to Understand the Complex Origins of Behavioral Variation Susan Nolen-Hoeksema Lost in Thought: The Perils of Rumination.- Chapter 14: Treatment of Psychological Disorders David H. Barlow he Development and Evaluation of Psychological Treatments for Panic Varda Shoham and Michael J. Rohrbaugh Looking Beyond the Patient: A Couple-Focused Intervention for Health-Compromised Smokers.- Chapter 15: Stress and Health Peter Salovey Framing Health Messages Shelley E. Taylor Positive Illusions: How Ordinary People Become Extraordinary.- Chapter 16: Social Psychology Elliot Aronson Reducing Prejudice and Building Empathy in the Classroom Harry T. Reis When Good Things Happen to Good People: Capitalizing on Personal Positive Events in Relationships.- Chapter 17: Work John P. Campbell Individual Occupational Performance: The Blood Supply of Our Work Life Benjamin Schneider Organizational Climate: Theory and Evidence.

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The authors have volunteered their contributions. These authors have agreed that all grants, advances, and royalties and other financial earnings from this volume will go to the FABBS Foundation to support their educational mission.

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