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LEARN IT. LIVE IT.
Why take psychology? What makes psychology a science? Can it really help me understand my feelings and behaviors? Or how I get along with family and friends? Now from the world's foremost author for the introductory psychology classroom comes a new textbook that makes learning about the psychology of our lives a captivating experience for students at all levels.
Carried by the author's acclaimed empathetic voice, Psychology in Everyday Life is David Myers' most inviting text to date. This new book represents a breakthrough in the interplay of text and visuals, yet, as always, provides a rich source of scientific insights into the lives we live. Any student, regardless of age or background, will find it a text that speaks directly to him or her, and will embrace it not just for its grade-raising potential, but for its revelations about what makes a person a stronger student, a more tuned-in friend or partner, a more effective worker, or a wiser parent.
Time Management: Or, How to be a Great Student and Still Have a Life! (by Richard O. Straub)
1. Psychology's Roots, Big Ideas, and Critical Thinking Tools
2. Neuroscience and Consciousness
3. Developing Through the Life Span
4. Gender and Sexuality
5. Sensation and Perception
8. Thinking, Language, and Intelligence
9. Motivation and Emotion
10. Stress, Health, and Human Flourishing
12. Psychological Disorders
14. Social Psychology
Appendix: Psychology at Work
Posted March 1, 2011
Would give 0 stars if possible. I payed more for this book to be in better condition. These people are liars. The book is in horrible condition! It has a torn binding, water damaged pages, and it is hilighted EVERYWHERE! The description said it would be in good condition with no hilighter markings. This is complete crap, and if i didn't need this book daily, i would have returned it! I will never buy from the "trusted sellers" or for that matter, b&n ever again!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 4, 2009