Introduction to Psychology

Overview of the scientific study of behavior and mental processes.

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This open course with a new set of ancillary materials for OpenStax Psychology was created under a Round Eleven Mini-Grant for Ancillary Materials Creation and Revision. The materials created in order to support faculty implementing OpenStax Psychology in the classroom include:

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Psychological Research
Biopsychology
States of Consciousness
Sensation and Perception
Intelligence
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Social Psychology
Psychological Disorders
Therapy and Treatment

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Psychology
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Full Course
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Amber Lupo
Columbus State University
Stephanie Da Silva Phd
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01/27/2021
Discover Psychology 2.0 - A Brief Introductory Text
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This textbook presents core concepts common to introductory courses. The 15 units cover the traditional areas of intro-to-psychology; ranging from biological aspects of psychology to psychological disorders to social psychology. This book can be modified: feel free to add or remove modules to better suit your specific needs.

This book includes a comprehensive instructor's manual, PowerPoint presentations, a test bank, reading anticipation guides, and adaptive student quizzes.

Table of Contents
Intro to Psychology as a Science
Research in Psychology
Biology as the Basis of Behavior
Developmental Psychology
Sensation and Perception
Consciousness
Learning
Memory
Cognition, Language & Intelligence
Emotion and Motivation
Personality
Psychological Disorders
Therapies
Social Psychology
Psychological Health

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Psychology
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Diener Education Fund
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Cara Laney
David M. Buss
David Watson
Edward Diener
Elizabeth F. Loftus
Emily Hooker
George Loewenstein
Henry L. Roediger III
Jeanne Tsai
Kathleen B. McDermott
Mark E. Bouton
Max H. Bazerman
Richard E. Lucas
Robert Siegler
Robert V. Levine
Ross Thompson
Sarah Pressman
Sudeep Bhatia
Susan T. Fiske
Yoshihisa Kashima
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12/08/2016
General Psychology: An Introduction
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The NOBA Project is a growing collection of expert-authored, open-licensed modules in psychology, funded by the Diener Education Fund. From these open modules, Tori Kearns and Deborah Lee created an arranged open textbook for her introductory psychology class. This textbook was created under a Round One ALG Textbook Transformation Grant.

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Chapter 1: The Origins of Psychology
Chapter 2: The Methods of Psychology
Chapter 3: Biological Psychology
Chapter 4: Sensation & Perception
Chapter 5: Learning & Behavior
Chapter 6: States of Consciousness
Chapter 7: Memory
Chapter 8: Motivation
Chapter 9: Stress & Health
Chapter 10: Cognition: Thinking, Language, and Intelligence
Chapter 11: Human Development
Chapter 12: Personality
Chapter 13: Psychological Disorders
Chapter 14: Therapy
Chapter 15: Social Psychology

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Psychology
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Deborah Lee
Tori Kearns
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General Psychology for Honors Students
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What are the most effective methods to study for a test? What are the meanings of dreams? How do illusions work? With whom are you most likely to fall in love? These are just a few of the questions that have been asked by psychologists since the birth of the field as an area of scientific research in the 1870’s. This text surveys the basic concepts, theories, and pivotal findings over the past 100 years in the science of Psychology, with special emphasis on contemporary concepts and findings focused on the relation of the brain to normal and pathological behaviors. Psychology has long evolved past the psychodynamic influence to include biological, social, learning, motivational, and developmental perspectives, to name a few. Contemporary psychologists go beyond philosophical or anecdotal speculation and rely on empirical evidence to inform their conclusions. Similarly, readers will push beyond pre-existing schemas and misconceptions of the field of psychology to an understanding of contemporary quantitative research methods as they are used to predict and test human behavior.

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
CONSCIOUSNESS
PERCEPTION
HEALTHY LIVING
LEARNING AND MEMORY
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
PERSONALITY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS
THERAPY AND PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY

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Psychology
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Kate Votaw
University of Missouri–St. Louis
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11/24/2020
Introduction to Psychology
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This introductory text has been created from a combination of original content and materials compiled and adapted from a number of open text publications.

Chapter 1. Introducing Psychology
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Psychology as a Science
1.2 The Evolution of Psychology: History, Approaches, and Questions
Chapter 1 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 2. Introduction to Major Perspectives
Chapter 2 Introduction
2.1 Biological Psychology
2.2 Psychodynamic Psychology
2.3 Behaviourist Psychology
2.4 Humanist, Cognitive, and Evolutionary Psychology
Chapter 2 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 3. Psychological Science & Research
Chapter 3 Introduction
3.1 Psychologists Use the Scientific Method to Guide Their Research
3.2 Moral Foundations of Ethical Research
3.3 From Moral Principles to Ethics Codes
3.4 Putting Ethics Into Practice
3.5 Psychologists Use Descriptive, Correlational, and Experimental Research Designs to Understand Behaviour
3.6 You Can Be an Informed Consumer of Psychological Research
3.7 The Replication Crisis in Psychology
Chapter 3 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 4. Genetics and Evolution
Chapter 4 Introduction
4.1 The Nature-Nurture Question
4.2 Evolutionary Theories in Psychology
4.3 Epigenetics in Psychology
4.4 Is Personality More Nature or More Nurture? Behavioural and Molecular Genetics
Chapter 4 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 5. Brains, Bodies, and Behaviour
Chapter 5 Introduction
5.1 The Neuron Is the Building Block of the Nervous System
5.2 Our Brains Control Our Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviour
5.3 Putting It All Together: The Nervous System and the Endocrine System
5.4 Psychologists Study the Brain Using Many Different Methods
Chapter 5 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 6. Sensing and Perceiving
Chapter 6 Introduction
6.1 We Experience Our World through Sensation
6.2 Seeing
6.3 Hearing
6.4 Tasting, Smelling, and Touching
6.5 Accuracy and Inaccuracy in Perception
Chapter 6 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 7. States of Consciousness
Chapter 7 Introduction
7.1 States of Consciousness
7.2 Attention
7.3 Sleeping and Dreaming Revitalize Us for Action
7.4 Altering Consciousness with Psychoactive Drugs
7.5 Altering Consciousness without Drugs
7.6 The Unconscious
Chapter 7 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 8. Remembering and Judging
Chapter 8 Introduction
8.1 Memories as Types and Stages
8.2 How We Remember: Cues to Improving Memory
8.3 Accuracy and Inaccuracy in Memory and Cognition
8.4 Eyewitness Testimony and Memory Biases
Chapter 8 Summary, Key Terms, Self-Test

Chapter 9. Intelligence and Language
Chapter 9 Introduction
9.1 Defining and Measuring Intelligence
9.2 The Social, Cultural, and Political Aspects of Intelligence
9.3 Communicating with Others: The Development and Use of Language
Chapter 9 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 10. Learning
Chapter 10 Introduction
10.1 Learning by Association: Classical Conditioning
10.2 Changing Behaviour through Reinforcement and Punishment: Operant Conditioning
10.3 Learning by Insight and Observation
10.4 Using the Principles of Learning to Understand Everyday Behaviour
Chapter 10 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 11. Emotions and Motivations
Chapter 11 Introduction
11.1 The Experience of Emotion
11.2 Functions of Emotions
11.3 Positive Emotions: The Power of Happiness
11.4 Drive States
11.5 Motives and Goals
Chapter 11 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 12. Stress, Health, and Coping
Chapter 12 Introduction
12.1 Stress: The Unseen Killer
12.2 Health and Stress
12.3 Stress and Coping
12.4 The Healthy Life
12.5 Positive Psychology
Chapter 12 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 13. Psychology in Our Social Lives
Chapter 13 Introduction
13.1 An Introduction to the Science of Social Psychology
13.2 Social Cognition and Attitudes
13.3 Conformity and Obedience
13.4 Prejudice, Discrimination, and Stereotyping
13.5 Helping and Prosocial Behavior
Chapter 13 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 14. Growing and Developing
Chapter 14 Introduction
14.1 Conception and Prenatal Development
14.2 Infancy and Childhood: Exploring and Learning
14.3 Adolescence: Developing Independence and Identity
14.4 Early and Middle Adulthood: Building Effective Lives
14.5 Late Adulthood: Aging, Retiring, and Bereavement
14.6 Gender
Chapter 14 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 15. Culture
Chapter 15 Introduction
15.1 Culture
15.2 Culture and Emotion
Chapter 15 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 16. Personality
Chapter 16 Introduction
16.1 Personality Traits
16.2 Personality Assessment
Chapter 16 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 17. Defining Psychological Disorders
Chapter 17 Introduction
17.1 Psychological Disorder: What Makes a Behaviour Abnormal?
17.2 Anxiety and Dissociative Disorders: Fearing the World Around Us
17.3 Mood Disorders: Emotions as Illness
17.4 Schizophrenia: The Edge of Reality and Consciousness
17.5 Personality Disorders
Chapter 17 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

Chapter 18. Treating Psychological Disorders
Chapter 18 Introduction
18.1 Reducing Disorder by Confronting It: Psychotherapy
18.2 Reducing Disorder Biologically: Drug and Brain Therapy
18.3 Reducing Disorder by Changing the Social Situation
18.4 Evaluating Treatment and Prevention: What Works?
Chapter 18 Summary, Key Terms, and Self-Test

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Psychology
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Jorden A. Cummings
Lee Sanders
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07/09/2020
Introduction to Psychology
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introducing Psychology
Chapter 2. Introduction to Major Perspectives
Chapter 3. Psychological Science
Chapter 4. Brains, Bodies, and Behaviour
Chapter 5. Sensing and Perceiving
Chapter 6. States of Consciousness
Chapter 7. Growing and Developing
Chapter 8. Learning
Chapter 9. Remembering and Judging
Chapter 10. Intelligence and Language
Chapter 11. Emotions and Motivations
Chapter 12. Personality
Chapter 13. Defining Psychological Disorders
Chapter 14. Treating Psychological Disorders
Chapter 15. Psychology in Our Social Lives
Chapter 16. Stress, Health, and Coping

About the Book
This book is designed to help students organize their thinking about psychology at a conceptual level. The focus on behaviour and empiricism has produced a text that is better organized, has fewer chapters, and is somewhat shorter than many of the leading books. The beginning of each section includes learning objectives; throughout the body of each section are key terms in bold followed by their definitions in italics; key takeaways, and exercises and critical thinking activities end each section.

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Psychology
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Jennifer Walinga
Date Added:
06/12/2020
Introduction to Psychology
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When you teach Introduction to Psychology, do you find it difficult — much harder than teaching classes in statistics or research methods? Do you easily give a lecture on the sympathetic nervous system, a lecture on Piaget, and a lecture on social cognition, but struggle with linking these topics together for the student? Do you feel like you are presenting a laundry list of research findings rather than an integrated set of principles and knowledge? Have you wondered how to ensure your course is relevant to your students? Introduction to Psychology utilizes the dual theme of behavior and empiricism to make psychology relevant to intro students. The author wrote this book to help students organize their thinking about psychology at a conceptual level. Five or ten years from now, he does not expect his students to remember the details of most of what he teaches them. However, he does hope that they will remember that psychology matters because it helps us understand behavior and that our knowledge of psychology is based on empirical study.

This is a derivative of INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY by a publisher who has requested that they and the original author not receive attribution, which was originally released and is used under CC BY-NC-SA. This work, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Reviews available here: https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/textbooks/introduction-to-psychology

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Psychology
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University of Minnesota
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Date Added:
01/01/2017
Introduction to Psychology: Mind & Body
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This textbook is designed for Chemeketa Community College's PSY 201. NOBA provides ancillary materials, and a common course cartridge is also available by request with more quiz questions for this content. Print copies are available from http://www.lulu.com/shop/noba-project/introduction-to-psychology-mind-body/paperback/product-22882311.html.

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Psychology
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Adam John Privitera
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02/20/2019
Introduction to Psychology: Mind & Society
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This textbook is designed for Chemeketa Community College's PSY 202. NOBA provides ancillary materials, and a common course cartridge is also available by request with more quiz questions for this content. Print copies are available from http://www.lulu.com/shop/noba-project/introduction-to-psychology-mind-society/paperback/product-22882321.html.

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Psychology
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Diener Education Fund
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Adam John Privitera
Date Added:
02/20/2019
Introductory Psychology
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Welcome to the exciting discipline of psychology! Did you know that “Introduction to Psychology” remains one of the most popular college courses in the United States? It’s no mystery why that is the case. Psychology is a social science with significant applied utility. As a social science, psychology teaches you about the diverse factors that affect our behavior, whether those variable are biological, social, environmental, emotional, or cognitive. We come to understand these effects by studying human behavior and mental processes using the scientific process. In this way, learning about psychology helps you learn how to think like a social scientist. As an applied discipline, practitioners of psychology (e.g., counselors, clinicians) use their understanding of human behavior to develop and implement practices (i.e., therapies; self-management strategies, interpersonal skills training) that help people live fuller, happier, more productive lives. Finally, studying psychology can give you greater insight into your own behavior and the behavior of those around you. That insight can help you better understand why you do the things you do.

Table of Contents:

I. INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
II. CHAPTER 2: PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH
III. CHAPTER 3: BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF BEHAVIOR
IV. CHAPTER 4: STATE OF CONSCIOUSNESS
V. CHAPTER 5: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
VI. CHAPTER 6: LEARNING
VII. CHAPTER 7: COGNITION AND INTELLIGENCE
VIII. CHAPTER 8: MEMORY
IX. CHAPTER 9: EMOTION AND MOTIVATION
X. CHAPTER 10: PERSONALITY
XI. CHAPTER 11: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
XII. CHAPTER 12: PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS
XIII. CHAPTER 13: THERAPY & TREATMENT

Subject:
Psychology
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Textbook
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Arlene Lacombe
Kathryn Dumper
Marilyn Lovett
Marion Perimutter
William Jenkins
Date Added:
01/19/2021
OpenPSYC
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This resource was created for Introduction to Psychology students at the University of Maryland, and is designed to help you explore psychological theory, research, and practical applications of psychological science. After completing a course in psychology, you will be able to:

Explain patterns of thought and behavior in the context of psychological theories and provide scientific evidence to support your ideas.
Describe the basic ethical principles that should guide scientific research on the thought and behavior of living organisms.
Demonstrate analytical skills by critiquing psychological claims and designing valid research that could test your hypotheses.
Apply psychological concepts and research findings in a way that improves your own academic, personal, and professional life.

Each module is structured around key prompts - Learning Objective Questions - and followed by the links to articles, videos, and interactive demonstrations you will need to answer those questions. After studying the readings, videos, and presentations you should be able to answer the learning objective questions in detail without any notes in front of you. If you practice doing that regularly, you are well prepared for any assessment that your instructor can give you!

Table of Contents:
Home
01 - Success in PSYC 100
02 - Cognition, Intelligence & Memory
03 - Scientific Research & Ethics
04 - Behaviorism
05 - Biological Foundations
06 - Sensation & Perception
07 - States of Consciousness
08 - Sex & Relationships
09 - Psychopathology
10 - Personality & Social Influence
11 - Social Thought
12 - Lifelong Development

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Psychology
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Textbook
Author:
Dylan Selterman
Ryan Curtis
Scott Roberts
Date Added:
06/21/2021
Psychology: The Science of Human Potential
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The first chapter provides an overview of the textbook and reviews the history of psychology and its methodology. Psychology is described as a science studying how hereditary (nature) and experiential (nurture) variables interact to influence the thoughts, feelings, and behavior of individuals. The remainder of the text will be organized in sections entitled “Mostly Nature” (Biological Psychology; Sensation & Perception; Motivation & Emotion), “Mostly Nurture” (Direct Learning; Indirect Learning (i.e., observational learning and language); Cognition), and “Nature/Nurture” (Human Development; Personality; Social Psychology; Maladaptive Behavior; Professional Psychology and Human Potential).

Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Science of Psychology
Chapter 2: Biology and Human Potential
Chapter 3: Sensation, Perception and Human Potential
Chapter 4: Emotion, Motivation and Human Potential
Chapter 5: Direct Learning and Human Potential
Chapter 6: Indirect Learning and Human Potential
Chapter 7: Cognition, Intelligence and Human Potential
Chapter 8: Lifespan Development of Human Potential
Chapter 9: Personality and Human Potential
Chapter 10: Social Influences on the Development of Human Potential
Chapter 11: Problems in the Development of Human Potential
Chapter 12: The Science of Psychology and Human Potential

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Psychology
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Author:
Jeffrey Levy
Date Added:
06/12/2020
Psychology as a Biological Science
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This textbook provides standard introduction to psychology course content with a specific emphasis on biological aspects of psychology. This includes more content related to neuroscience methods, the brain and the nervous system. This book can be modified: feel free to add or remove modules to better suit your specific needs.Please note that the publisher requires you to login to access and download the textbooks.

Table of Contents
Psychology as Science
Biological Basis of Behavior
Sensation and Perception
Learning and Memory
Cognition and Language
Development
Social
Personality
Emotions and Motivation
Psychological Disorders
Well-Being

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Psychology
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Ed Diener
Robert Biswas-Diener
Date Added:
06/12/2020
Psychology as a Science
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This resource compilation and activity development was designed to serve the Psychology as a Science course at Washington State University. This book is designed as a resource for instructors, but should not be assigned to students as-is. All activities were co-authored by Amy T. Nusbaum and Dr. Dee Posey and are licensed CC-BY-SA. The activities are designed using an inquiry framework, encouraging students to think with the mindset of a scientist. All resources are owned by their individual authors – we link to them merely for convenience. The hope for this resource is that instructors can easily create custom reading lists for their own courses that are free for students.

Table of Contents:

I. RESEARCH PROCESS AND DESIGN
1. Pseudoscience
2. Case Studies
3. Correlational Designs
4. Ethics
5. Falsifiability
6. Reproducibility and Open Science
7. Scientific Method

II. STATISTICS
8. Displaying Data
9. Scales of Measurement
10. Effect Size
11. P-values
12. Sample Size

III. INFORMATION IN THE REAL WORLD
13. Evaluating Sources
14. Fake News
15. Reading Journal Articles
16. Secondary Reporting of Research
17. Memory Errors
18. Heuristics and Decision Making

Subject:
Psychology
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Amy T. Nusbaum
Dee Posey
Date Added:
01/15/2021
UWG Introduction to General Psychology
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This open textbook for Introduction to General Psychology is a remix of newly-created chapters by UWG faculty and existing materials from OpenStax Psychology. The text was created under a Round Eight Textbook Transformation Grant.

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This free textbook you are holding in your virtual hands is a labor of love. It combines eight brand-new and unique chapters with a dozen or so somewhat modified chapters from an existing freely available textbook in general psychology, and brings the original and the new work together in a way that we hope is a gift to you in your study and more importantly in your self-awareness. I’d like to tell you a bit more about the text, and how it came to be, here at the beginning of your journey with Psychology (and maybe with yourself!).

I taught my first Intro class in 1988, and I have taught this marvelous and challenging class most semesters since then. I have never been completely satisfied with the available textbooks: some were too difficult, some were too watered-down. Some were overly conceptually dense, some too thinly applied. All were expensive, especially for students who struggle to make their way and sometimes must decide between buying a $200 textbook and having something to eat.

And I could never find a textbook that:

Introduced students to psychological knowledge not just as something to know, but as something to equip them to live differently, in self-awareness;
Included a detailed yet accessible overview of the importance of psychological theory, and how it allows a new way of thinking and feeling and being in the world;
Acquainted students with Psychoanalysis (mostly not about sex, as it turns out) as a provocative and helpful way to take up knowing, and self-awareness;
Ushered students into the marvelous landscapes of Humanistic, Existential, and Transpersonal psychologies, not as mere anachronistic social movements or philosophies but as insistent demands to take up living, differently;
Accompanied students in a new knowing about culture, and context, and how much of what we assume as roles and identity and even the Self is a function not of who we are, but of where and when we are; and
Sketched the contours of Consciousness, of Development, and of Suffering and Wellness in ways that were more or less adequate to these topics.
So I wanted a textbook that gave all students equal access to learning, and brought to them these unique and transformative gifts, from psychology. The “free” part? That was easy, thanks to availability of a pretty good traditional OpenStax Intro Psych text. And the new chapters, adding up to another complete book, happened due to the kind sponsorship of two Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG) grants I received in 2016 and 2017.

This program sponsors development and use of open educational resources and in many ways its sponsorship allowed the development of this text. I am grateful beyond these words for ALG support.

Subject:
Psychology
Material Type:
Textbook
Author:
Amelia Bagwell
Mark Kunkel
Rod Mccrae
University Of West Georgia
Date Added:
01/27/2021
Video Lectures and Ancillary Materials for OpenStax Psychology
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This open course with a new set of ancillary materials for OpenStax Psychology was created under a Round Eleven Mini-Grant for Ancillary Materials Creation and Revision. The materials created in order to support faculty implementing OpenStax Psychology in the classroom include:

List of created video lectures for OpenStax Psychology topics
PowerPoint files for all video lectures
Research Project Template
Weekly Reading Note Assignments

Topics covered include:

Biopsychology
States of Consciousness
Sensation and Perception
Learning
Gender and Sexuality
Social Psychology
Stress, Lifestyle, and Health
Psychological Disorders
Therapy and Treatment

Subject:
Psychology
Material Type:
Lecture
Author:
Aurora Ramos Nunez
Charlsie Myers
Karen Hambright
Karla Bluhm
Kimberly Mannahan
Marci Culley
Neda Moinolmolki
Date Added:
01/27/2021