I. A BROAD PERSPECTIVE OF BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY. 1. A Cybernetic Model for Biological Psychology. 2. Origin and Development of Biological Science. 3. The Biology of Mental Processes. II. SYSTEMS OF THE BODY AND HOW THEY ARE STUDIED. 4. An Overview of How the Body Functions. 5. How We Gather and Interpret Information: The Receptor Systems, Our Sense Modalities, and Perceptual Processes. 6. Integrating and Processing Information: Contributions of the Nervous Systems. 7. Behaving in Our External and Internal Environments: The Effectors. 8. Methods of Studying Systems of the Body and Brain. III. NORMAL BIOPSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS. 9. Motivated and Emotional Behaviors. 10. Learning and Memory. 11. The Biology of Language and Lateral Systems. 12. The Psychophysiology of Aging. 13. Cognitive Psychophysiology: The Biology of Higher Mental Processes. IV. PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS. 14. Biology of Pathological Behavior and Disease. 15. Therapy and Control of Pathological and Normal Behavior. V. CONFRONTING SOCIETY'S PROBLEMS THROUGH SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 16. The Future of Humanity as It Relates to Biological Science. References. Index.McGuigan, Frank J. is the author of 'Biological Psychology A Cybernetic Science' with ISBN 9780131466555 and ISBN 0131466550.