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Reads like a good book…
Written in the style of their award-winning nonfiction books, the Dans capture students’ attention in a way few textbooks can claim. Each chapter, each page is written with narrative hooks that retain student interest by engaging their curiosity, compassion, and interest in the world around them. Students who read Introducing Psychology will quickly learn to critically examine the world around them and apply the lessons of psychology to their own lives.
…Teaches like a great textbook.
The Dans focus the essential topics within psychology without diluting the explanation or removing examples intended to illustrate concepts. By refining their coverage to the most clear, thought-provoking, and illustrative examples, the Dans manage to accomplish two difficult goals: making thoughtful content choices covering the various fields of psychology, and doing so in a manner that retains clarity and emphasizes student engagement.
1. Psychology: The Evolution of a Science
2. Methods in Psychology
3. Neuroscience and Behavior
4. Sensation and Perception
8. Emotion and Motivation
9. Language, Thought, and Intelligence
12. Social Psychology
13. Stress and Health
14. Psychological Disorders
15. Treatment of Psychological Disorders
Posted February 26, 2012