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  • Preliminary pages [PDF 0.3Mb]

  • Chapter 1 - Psychology IQ [PDF 0.6Mb]

  • Chapter 2 - Beautiful minds [PDF 0.7Mb]

  • Chapter 3 - Mind interrupted [PDF 2.1Mb]

  • Chapter 4 - Brain chemistry [PDF 0.5Mb]

  • Chapter 5 - In your dreams [PDF 1.5Mb]

  • Chapter 6 - Pursuing happiness [PDF 0.5Mb]

  • Chapter 7 - Human relationships [PDF 0.5Mb]

  • Chapter 8 - The darker side of human nature [PDF 0.7Mb]

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    All ERAs

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    ERAs

    ERA Chapter 1 - Conduct your own research

    ERA Chapter 2 - The Phantom Hand

    ERA Chapter 3 - Perception of mental health in teenagers

    ERA Chapter 4 - What's in a cigarette

    ERA Chapter 5 - Dream analysis

    ERA Chapter 6 - How happy are you

    ERA Chapter 7 - Personal space

    ERA Chapter 8 - Effects of labelling young people as psychopathic

    ERA Chapter 9 - Ethical dilemmas

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    Chapter 1

    Activity 1.1 - Psychomythology

    Activity 1.2 - Scientific method

    Activity 1.3 - Variables

    Activity 1.4 - Era: Conduct Your Own Research

    Activity 1.5 - Psychology and psychiatry

    Activity 1.6 - ECT

    Activity 1.7 - Understanding mental illness

    Activity 1.8 - Understanding schizophrenia

    Activity 1.9 - Research assignment - fact or fiction?

    Activity 1.10 - Areas of psychology - neuroscience

    Activity 1.11 - Becoming a psychologist

    Chapter 2

    Activity 2.1 - Brain games

    Activity 2.2 - Brain games

    Activity 2.3 - Research activity

    Activity 2.4 - Review

    Activity 2.5 - Splitting the brain

    Activity 2.6 - Hemispheres of the brain

    Activity 2.7 - Do the test

    Activity 2.8 - ERA: The phantom hand

    Activity 2.9 - Change blindness, hallucinations and brain banks

    Chapter 3

    Activity 3.1 - Mental illness

    Activity 3.2 - ERA: The perception of mental health in teenagers

    Activity 3.3 - Conduct disorder

    Activity 3.4 - Personality disorders

    Activity 3.5 - Anxiety disorders

    Activity 3.6 - Depression

    Activity 3.7 - Mental illness and drug use

    Activity 3.8 - Alcohol and adolescence

    Activity 3.9 - Body image

    Activity 3.10 - Mental illness - Nature Versus nurture

    Chapter 4

    Activity 4.1 - Grey and white matter

    Activity 4.2 - Adolescent brain versus adult brain

    Activity 4.3 - Drugs and the brain

    Activity 4.4 - Alcohol and the brain

    Activity 4.5 - Cannabis

    Activity 4.6 - Reflect

    Activity 4.7 - ERA: What is in a cigarette?

    Activity 4.8 - Stimulant drugs

    Activity 4.9 - LSD, cocaine and heroin

    Chapter 5

    Activity 5.1 - Sleep

    Activity 5.2 - Sleep patterns

    Activity 5.3 - Sleep phenomenon case studies

    Activity 5.4 - Sleep deprivation case studies

    Activity 5.5 - TAC campaigns

    Activity 5.6 - Sleep log: Are you getting enough sleep?

    Activity 5.7 - Dream theories

    Activity 5.8 - Dream analysis

    Activity 5.9 - ERA: Dream analysis

    Chapter 6

    Activity 6.1 - Positive psychology

    Activity 6.2 - ERA: How happy are you?

    Activity 6.3 - A formula for happiness

    Activity 6.4 - Analysing statistics

    Activity 6.5 - Experiential versus materialistic purchases

    Activity 6.6 - Happiness

    Activity 6.7 - Voluntary activities

    Activity 6.8 - Positivity ratio

    Chapter 7

    Activity 7.1 - Conveying the meaning of a sentence by changing your intonation

    Activity 7.2 - Territory and personal space

    Activity 7.3 - Personal space diagram

    Activity 7.4 - Personal space

    Activity 7.5 - ERA: Personal space

    Activity 7.6 - Class activity

    Activity 7.7 - Class activity

    Activity 7.8 - Hand gestures

    Activity 7.9 - Facial expressions

    Activity 7.10 - Friendship

    Activity 7.11 - Mirroring

    Activity 7.12 - Flirting and kissing

    Activity 7.13 - Role-play

    Chapter 8

    Activity 8.1 - Psychopathy

    Activity 8.2 - Measuring psychopathy

    Activity 8.3 - ERA: The effect of labelling young people as psychopathic

    Activity 8.4 - The Lucifer Effect and Abu Ghraib

    Activity 8.5 - Major General Taguba

    Activity 8.6 - Class debate

    Activity 8.7 - Abu Ghraib and the Stanford Prison Experiment

    Activity 8.8 - Reflect

    Activity 8.9 - Comprehension

    Chapter 9

    Activity 9.1 - Codes of ethics

    Activity 9.2 - Comprehension

    Activity 9.3 - Dr Bailey

    Activity 9.4 - Psychic-driving

    Activity 9.5 - Research assignment

    Activity 9.6 - Psychosurgery

    Activity 9.7 - Inpatients

    Activity 9.8 - ERA: Ethical dilemmas

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    Chapter 1

    Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
    http://www.ahpra.gov.au/

    Chapter 2

    Dr Eric Chudlers website Neuroscience for Kids
    http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/neurok.html
    National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes
    http://www.ninds.nih.gov/

    Chapter 3

    Lifelines 24-Hour Telephone Counselling service
    http://www.lifeline.org.au
    Kids Helpline (for ages 5-18 years) 24 hour counselling
    http://www.kidshelp.com.au
    Counselling Online: Free alcohol and drug counselling online 24-hours-a-day
    http://www.counsellingonline.org.au
    Headspace, Australias National Youth Mental Health Foundation
    http://www.headspace.org.au
    SANE Australia
    http://www.sane.org
    Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia
    http://www.mifa.org.au
    Australian Governments health insite
    http://www.healthinsite.gov.au
    Beyondblue (depression and anxiety)
    http://www.beyondblue.org.au
    The Butterfly Foundation for information about eating disorders
    http://www.thebutterflyfoundation.org.au

    Chapter 4

    Somazone - A health information website created by young people for young people
    http://www.somazone.com.au

    Chapter 6

    Video 2 referred to in chapter 6
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzRH3iTQPrk

    Chapter 8

    The Zimbardo Prison Experiment
    http://www.prisonexp.org/

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    Meg Mulcahy, Jodie Warner