PowerStudy 4.0 for Plotnik/Doyle's Introduction to Psychology 1st / Edition 1 available in Other Format
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Updated and expanded with your students in mind, POWERSTUDY 4.0 for INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY, written by Tom Doyle and Rod Plotnik, is a complete, interactive study guide for Plotnik's text! POWERSTUDY 4.0 brings to life Plotnik's INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY, Eighth Edition. This most recent version adds modules 17 and 21 as "Super Modules," which are self-paced, step-by-step multimedia presentations with animations and narration, as well as revisions through to reflect the new edition of the text. POWERSTUDY 4.0 also offers extensive study materials and student activities for every module in Plotnik's text, including interactive content - key terms, critical thinking questions, quizzes, and summary tests - text outlines, individual glossaries and links to relevant websites. POWERSTUDY offers students an engaging and interactive way to approach the core concepts in psychology. Additionally, the Table of Contents for POWERSTUDY 4.0 matches the modular Table of Contents for the Plotnik, INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY, Eighth Edition text for easy integration into the course.
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About the Author
Rod Plotnik earned his Ph.D. as a biological psychologist from the University of Florida and a post doctorate at Yale University. Early in his career, he realized the effectiveness of teaching students through visuals to get them excited about the material, a technique he utilizes throughout INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY, now in its Tenth Edition (Cengage Learning, 2014).
Dr. Doyle received a B.A. in Psychology from the Santa Clara University in 1969, and a Ph.D. from Arizona State University in 1974. After teaching part-time at Grossmont College and MiraCosta College, he became a founding member of the full-time faculty of Cuyamaca College in 1978. He continued to teach part-time at San Diego State University for over 25 years. His courses include Introductory Psychology, Human Sexuality (both lower and upper division courses), Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Individual Adjustment, Learning, and Perception.