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Contents Illustrations Preface Part 1 Introductory Chapter 1 About Experiments Chapter 2 A Brief History of Experimental Psychology Part II Psychobiology Chapter 3 Hermann von Helmholtz and the Nerve Impulse Chapter 4 Paul Broca and the Speech Center Chapter 5 Karl Lashley: Brain Mechanisms and Learning Chapter 6 James Olds: Reward Systems in the Brain Chapter 7 Vincent Dethier: Feeding in a Fly Chapter 8 S. P. Grossman: Chemical Coding in the Brain Chapter 9 Roger Sperry and the Bisected Brain Part III Motivation and Emotion Chapter 10 Neal Miller: Fear as a Learnable Drive Chapter 11 Neal Miller: Conflict Chapter 12 David McClelland on Achievement Motivation Chapter 13 Harry Harlow: A Tale of Two Mothers Chapter 14 Nikolaas Tinbergen: The Study of Instinct Chapter 15 Teitelbaum and Epstein: Hunger, Thirst and the Brain Chapter 16 Schachter and Singer: Cognition and Emotion Chapter 17 Herman and Polivy: Human Hunger and Cognition Chapter 18 Walter Mischel and Self-Control Part IV Learning Chapter 19 Edward Thorndike and the Law of Effect Chapter 20 Ivan Pavlov and Classical Conditioning Chapter 21 Wolfgang Köhler and the Mentality of Apes Chapter 22 Edward Tolman and Cognitive Maps Chapter 23 B. F. Skinner and Operant Conditioning Chapter 24 John Garcia: Conditioned Taste Aversion Chapter 25 Albert Bandura: Imitation and Social Learning Chapter 26 Gordon Paul: Learning Theory in the Clinic Chapter 27 Martin Seligman: Learned Helplessness Chapter 28 Lepper et al: The Costs of Reward Part V Memory Chapter 29 Hermann Ebbinghaus on Memory Chapter 30 Frederic Bartlett: Meaning and Memory Chapter 31 Brenda Milner and the Case of H. M. Chapter 32 Lloyd and Margaret Peterson: Short-term Forgetting Chapter 33 Elizabeth Loftus: Leading Questions and False Memories Chapter 34 Gordon Bower on State-dependent Memory Chapter 35 Collins and Quillian: The Structure of Semantic Memory Part VI Cognition Chapter 36 F. C. Donders and Reaction Time Chapter 37 The Cautionary Tale of Clever Hans Chapter 38 A. S. Luchins: on Not Being Mindless Chapter 39 George Miller on the Magic Number 7 Chapter 40 Festinger and Carlsmith: Cognitive Dissonance Chapter 41 Roger Shepard and Mental Rotation Chapter 42 Richard Herrnstein: Concepts in Pigeons Chapter 43 Tversky and Kahneman: The Framing of Decisions Part VII. Perception Chapter 44 Ernst Weber: The Muscle Sense and Weber's Law Chapter 45 Gustav Fechner and the Measurement of Mind Chapter 46 Max Wertheimer on Apparent Movement Chapter 47 Selig Hecht and Adaptation to the Dark Chapter 48 H. K. Hartline: Lateral Inhibition in the Retina Chapter 49 Georg von Bekesy: The Mechanics of Hearing Chapter 50 Jerome Bruner: Motivation and Perception Chapter 51 Gibson: and Walk: The Visual Cliff Chapter 52 Lettvin et al: What the Frog's Eye Tells the Frog's Brain Part VIII Social Psychology Chapter 53 Theodore Newcomb: Attitude Change at College Chapter 54 Muzafer Sherif: Prejudice and the Robbers' Cave Chapter 55 Kurt Lewin: Tensions in the Life Space Chapter 56 Solomon Asch on Conformity Chapter 57 Festinger et al: When Prophesy Fails Chapter 58 Stanley Milgram on Obedience to Authority Chapter 59 Latané and Darley: The Unresponsive Bystander Chapter 60 Benjamin Franklin: Mesmer and Animal Magnetism Index
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Psychology -- Experiments.