This book is a text for lower-division college students. It was written originally for a course required of psychology majors and developed from a syllabus that was used and revised each semester for five years. The course assumes that students in many upper-division psychology classes need an elementary background in physiological psychology to benefit most from their upper-division classes. The practical objective of this book is to provide a tool course for upper- division study in psychology. This course may be the only exposure to either physiology or physiological psychology that most students will have. The biology department in many small colleges lacks a physiologist just as the psychology department often has no physiological psychologist. Students may not have the opportunity to study either area without a text that provides limited useful background at a level that they and the non specialist instructor may find most comfortable. Such a course and text may also aid nursing students students of speech pathology premedical and predental students and others whose crowded program would otherwise preclude study of the topic.
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|Author||Srivastava L. M|
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