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Annual Review of Psychology; Volume 65, 2014.


Annual Review of Psychology; Volume 65, 2014

Edited by Susan T. Fiske, Daniel L. Schacter, and Shelley E. Taylor

Annual Reviews


796 pages




Fiske, Schacter, and Taylor present this review compilation for psychology in 2014. An introductory article reviews one academic psychologist's experiences in the field and lessons learned about research. The first several articles cover the neuroendocrine basis of stress, behavioral genetics, cognitive neuroscience, and color psychology. A number of articles discuss aspects of development from infancy, through the sensitive period of adolescence and environment of the family, to aging adulthood. Individual variability is explored in the context of psychiatric treatment, clinical neuropsychology, identity development, and coping styles. A number of topics in social psychology are also addressed, such as gender, altruism and aggression, group psychology, ecological psychology, subculture, and organizational/work dynamics. A list of related articles from other Annual Reviews and cumulative indices are included.

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Date:Apr 1, 2014
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