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|Ch. 1||The Science of Psychology||1|
|Ch. 2||The Ways and Means of Psychology||20|
|Ch. 3||Evolution, Heredity, and Behavior||50|
|Ch. 4||Biology of Behavior||82|
|Ch. 5||Learning and Behavior||122|
|Ch. 11||Intelligence and Thinking||332|
|Ch. 12||Life-Span Development||368|
|Ch. 13||Motivation and Emotion||412|
|Ch. 15||Social Psychology||482|
|Ch. 16||Life-Style, Stress, and Health||522|
|Ch. 17||The Nature and Causes of Mental Disorders||558|
|Ch. 18||The Treatment of Mental Disorders||600|
Posted February 22, 2004
This book is poorly written. There are no simple answers in the book and too many pointless examples. The textbook is filled with garbage that isn't necessary to study. A pathetic book to be used in the school system.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.