Psychology Textbook 10th Edition: By David G. Myers -- Summary, Review & Study Guide [NOOK Book]

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Warning: This is not the actual textbook Psychology, 10th Edition by David G. Myers. Do not buy this Summary, Review & Study Guide if you are looking for a full copy of this great Psych 101 textbook, which can be found back on the Amazon search page.

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Psychology Textbook 10th Edition: By David G. Myers -- Summary, Review & Study Guide

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Overview

Save Time & Understand More!

Warning: This is not the actual textbook Psychology, 10th Edition by David G. Myers. Do not buy this Summary, Review & Study Guide if you are looking for a full copy of this great Psych 101 textbook, which can be found back on the Amazon search page.

Instead, our expert educators have already read all 864 pages of Psychology, 10th Edition and condensed the material into just 80 pages of the most important, "need-to-know" ideas and take-aways to give you a comprehensive chapter-by-chapter summary & study guide that you can download right now! In doing so, unfortunately we do not have the space to include all of the many important examples, illustrations, and supplementary information found in the full textbook. To get it all, you should first order Myers' Psychology, 10th Edition.

Review & Understand Each Chapter in Just 10 Minutes!

What will you get? Each chapter summary contains:
• Chapter Overview & Highlights
• Summaries of each subsection
• Terms & Definitions for the most important vocabulary
• Key Take-Aways
• Review Questions & Answers

Dominate the Material Before the Exam!

Here is your unofficial companion to the 10th edition of David G. Myers' bestselling textbook Psychology. It consolidates the material in the textbook, providing students taking an Introduction to Psychology course with a handy way to preview material before class, to reinforce content after lectures, or to review prior to exams, saving valuable time while increasing comprehension.

This guide follows the structure of Myers’ text, providing helpful, comprehensive summaries for each of the book’s 16 chapters. Beginning with a one-paragraph overview of the chapter’s main themes, summaries contain ample headnotes that provide the student with an easy-to-follow outline for quick material review.

Like all introductory psych textbooks, Psychology, 10th Edition covers a lot of material, and because the material is scientific in nature, some of it can be difficult to understand and assimilate. This study guide is a helpful choice for busy college students to enhance comprehension.

Following each chapter summary is a concise bullet list of the key take-away ideas for the chapter, as well as two or more review questions, with answers, to assist with thoughtful and thorough studying and test prep.

The guide also includes graphs and graphics for concepts such as Erickson’s stages of psychosocial development and Baddely's model of working memory that are more easily understood and retained visually.

Technical language, an important aspect to understanding psychology (and therefore usually on the exam!), is italicized and defined for easy review. When it makes sense to do so, vocabulary is italicized within running text; in other chapters, vocabulary is listed (dictionary-style) and defined.

Although designed specifically to accompany Myers’ textbook, this study guide would also be a useful companion for other Psych 101 or Introduction to Psychology textbooks, or for someone wanting a good basic review of introductory psychology’s concepts and terms.

Whether you're a serious student trying to dominate the material and get that extra edge before class, or a busy student cramming for an exam, here's your chapter-by-chapter guide to David G. Myers's Psychology that you can download and master right now!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045291750
  • Publisher: Save Time Summaries
  • Publication date: 9/4/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 460,861
  • File size: 373 KB

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