Loose Leaf Version For Psychology
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📒Loose Leaf Version For Psychology ✍ David G. Myers
✏Loose leaf Version for Psychology Book Summary : David Myers’ new partnership with coauthor C. Nathan DeWall matches two dedicated educators and scholars, each passionate about teaching psychological science through writing and interactive media. With this new edition of the #1 bestselling Psychology, Myers and DeWall take full advantage of what an integrated text/media learning combination can do. New features move students from reading the chapter to actively learning online: How Would You Know puts students in the role of scientific researcher and includes tutorials on key research design principles; Assess Your Strengths self-tests help students learn a little more about themselves, and include tips about nurturing key strengths. These and other innovations rest on the same foundations that have always distinguished a new David Myers edition—exhaustive updating (hundreds of new citations), captivating writing, and the merging of rigorous science with a broad human perspective that engages both the mind and heart.
📒Loose Leaf Version For Psychology In Everyday Life ✍ DAVID G. MYERS
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✏Psychology Read and Practice for Psychology 12th Ed Six month Access Book Summary :
📒Loose Leaf Version For Psychology In Modules ✍ David G. Myers
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📒Loose Leaf Version For Psychology ✍ Sandra E. Hockenbury
✏Loose leaf Version for Psychology Book Summary : This acclaimed classroom favorite makes the science of psychology (and through that, the process of science itself) come alive for students, with personal stories that exemplify important concepts in a student-friendly way, and with coverage of the field's scientific foundations and advances that is accessible without being oversimplified.
📒Psychology Of Sex And Gender ✍ Susan Burns
✏Psychology of Sex and Gender Book Summary : Psychology of Sex and Gender is an engaging and empirical text that not only introduces students to foundational (i.e., historical/contextual) understandings in the topic of sex and gender, but also moves them into cutting-edge topics and research that encourages them to (re)think their perceptions of the gendered world around them. It goes beyond the "standard coverage", presenting topics with recognition of the biopsychosocial nature of sex and gender and encouraging students to examine the basis of similarities and differences within and between the sexes. Many textbooks in this domain focus more on women's studies or psychology of women without much coverage of men's issues. Burns provides a comprehensive and balanced sex/gender perspective integrating contemporary research. In addition, this text provides an integration of current and relevant (mis)representations of issues related to sex and gender as a means for furthering students' awareness of the gendered world in which they live.
📒Loose Leaf Version For Psychology ✍ Peter Gray
✏Loose leaf Version for Psychology Book Summary : Peter Gray's evolutionary perspective and emphasis on critical thinking have made his rigorous yet accessible introduction to psychology a widely respected classroom favorite, edition after edition. Now thoroughly revised, with the help of new co-author David Bjorklund, Psychology, Seventh Edition, invites and stimulates students to investigate the big ideas in psychological science.
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📒Loose Leaf Version For Psychology ✍ Daniel L. Schacter
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✏Loose leaf Version for Psychology The Science of Person Mind and Brain Book Summary : In Psychology: The Science of Person, Mind, and Brain, experienced teacher, researcher, and author Daniel Cervone provides students with a new and exciting way of understanding psychology. Cervone organizes material around three levels of analysis -- person, mind, and brain -- and employs a person-first format that consistently introduces topics at the person level: theory and research on the lives of people in sociocultural contexts. Students are able to make sense of the latest research through what they understand best: people. With fellow teacher and researcher Tracy Caldwell, Cervone has conceived a text beyond the print experience from the ground up, integrating online immersive research experiences and assessment tools that capitalize on research findings on pedagogy and student learning (e.g., the testing effect). Pedagogical Author, Tracy L. Caldwell Working closely with Daniel Cervone, fellow teacher and researcher Tracy Caldwell of Dominican University developed the book’s pedagogical program from the Preview Questions at the beginning of each section to the Self-Tests at the end of each chapter. The pedagogy is designed to engage students at multiple levels of Bloom’s taxonomy and at multiple points in each chapter.