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Module 1: Introduction

1.  The Nature and Scope of Psychology

Module 2: Biological Bases of Mind and Behavior

Module 3: Methods and Statistics

6.  Methods and Statistics for Psychology

Module 4: Learning

7.  Reflex, Taxis, and Instinct
8.  Classical and Instrumental Conditioning
9.  What is Learned?
10. A Cognitive View of Learning

Module 5: Sensation and Perception

11.  The Sensory Modalities
12.  Sensory Experience
13.  Sensory Thresholds and Signal Detection
14.  The Ecological View of Perception
15.  Perceptual Organization and Pattern Recognition
16.  The Constructivist View of Perception

Module 6: Memory

17.  Short-Term Memory, Working Memory, and Attention
18.  Memory: Encoding Processes
19.  Memory: Storage and Retrieval
20.  The Reconstruction of the Past

Module 7: Thought and Language

21.  Concepts and Categories
22.  Algorithms and Heuristics
23.  Are We Rational?
24.  Intelligence
25.  Language and Thought

Module 8: Trilogy of Mind -- Cognition, Emotion, and Motivation

26.  Emotion
27.  Motivation

Module 9: Personality and Social Interaction

28.  Analyzing Social Interaction
29.  The Doctrine of Traits
30.  The Dialectic between the Person and Behavior
31.  The Dialectic between the Environment and Behavior
32.  The Dialectic between the Person and the Environment

Module 10: Psychological Development

33.  Nature and Nurture
34.  Within-Family Differences
35.  Gender Dimorphism
36.  Continuity and Change in Cognitive Development

Module 11: Psychopathology and Psychotherapy

37.  Unconscious Mental Life
38.  The Diagnosis of Mental Illness
39.  Experimental Psychopathology
40.  Diathesis and Stress
41.  Treatment of Mental Illness
42.  The Social Context of Mental Illness

Module 12: Conclusion

43.  Conclusion