First published in 2001. This highly readable and comprehensive overview of psychophysiology provides information regarding the anatomy and physiology of various body systems, methods of recording their activity, and ways in which these measures relate to human behavior. Biofeedback applications are contained in a separate chapter, and discussions of stress management, job strain, and personality factors that affect cardiovascular reactivity are presented. There is much of interest here to the student, researcher, and clinician in behavioral medicine, ergonomics, emotion, cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology, and health psychology. Now in its fourth edition, Andreassi's Psychophysiology explores some of the newer areas of importance and updates findings in traditional topics of interest. Significant changes to this edition include: updated information on brain activity in memory, perception, and inteligence; new information on brain imaging and behavior; separate chapters on pupillography and eye movements; new information on the startle pattern and eyeblink; separate chapters on clinical and non-clinical applications; updated information on cardiovascular reactivity and personality; the la test biofeedback and ergonomics applications; novel findings in environmental psychophysiology; brief summaries at the end of each section; and an appendix on laboratory safety. Each chapter is a self-contained unit allowing instructors to customize the presentation of the material. With over 1,700 citations, Andreassi's Psychophysiology is the definitive text in the field. An instructor 's manual is now available. Based on the book, the manual is primarily a test bank to be used in giving examinations to students during the teaching of a course. Both multiple-choice and essay questions have been provided, lists of key terms and ideas, sample syllabi, and laboratory exercises are also provided.
Table of Contents
Volume 4, Number 3, 2001
Contents: J.A. Serpell, T.D. Parsons, Introduction: Food Animal Husbandry and the New Millennium. ARTICLES: D. Fraser, The Culture and Agriculture of Animal Production. P.B. Thompson, Animal Welfare and Livestock Production in a Postindustrial Milieu. I.J.H. Duncan, Animal Welfare Issues in the Poultry Industry: Is There a Lesson to Be Learned? J. Rushen, Assessing the Welfare of Dairy Cattle. BOOKS RECEIVED.
James A. Serpell