This collection presents the fundamentals of behavior neuroscience and focuses on the concepts of learning, memory, cognition, movement, addiction and behavioral disorders.
This collection provides a framework for observing how psychological experiments are embedded in the actual research process, starting from the initial research design to arriving at conclusions in a study.
This collection describes a number of influential paradigms used to study complex mental processes underlying attention, perception, learning and memory.
This collection explores the experimental domains of attention and perception, reasoning, social learning and memory processes - highlighting the dynamic changes that emerge throughout infancy and childhood.
This collection presents multidisciplinary techniques in behavior, neurophysiology, anatomy, and functional imaging to help diagnose brain damage and mental disorders.
Sensation and Perception
This collection delves into a variety of procedures to study how the brain processes our complex sensory world and solves problems confronting conscious awareness and visual, tactile, and auditory perception.
This collection features classical methods used to investigate how social contexts influence people's actions, thoughts, and attitudes and provides a transparent look into social experiments.