Psychology for the Classroom: Behaviourism describes and reflects upon the foundations of behaviourism and the proliferation of behaviourist techniques in common practice today. Through examples
, sexual behaviour and co-operative breeding. With examples ranging from bacteria to social mammals and humans, a variety of research tools are used, including candidate gene approaches, quantitative
new perspective for clinical immunologists and basic researchers alike.
, and presents both sides of the argument. The issues raised are relevant to virtually every area of biological research.
This book is the result of a symposium held 13-15 May 1997 exploring
how the concepts dealt with actually apply to work settings. Contents nclude: chapter 1 Work psychology -- an initial orientation, Chapter 2 Theory research and practice in work psychology, chapter 3
chain management are integrated with an Open Socio-Technical Systems theory of management and the application of Operations Research to corporate governance for the measurement of organisation performance
used in statistics (cluster analysis), pattern recognition, and operations research (optimal location of service centers). The book gives the first mathematically rigorous account of the fundamental
Education. Covers legal, conceptual, medical, pharmacological, neuropsychological, social, behavioural, cognitive, psychotherapeutic, psycholinguistic, technological and pedagogical foundations Provides