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David G. Myers offers students a market-leading introductory resource in his textbook Exploring Psychology, ISBN 9781429216357. This text presents the most current news and coverage of psychology concepts through the use of effective instructional pedagogy as well as an intriguing writing style to appeal to the needs of all learners. This latest edition...
David G. Myers offers students a market-leading introductory resource in his textbook Exploring Psychology, ISBN 9781429216357. This text presents the most current news and coverage of psychology concepts through the use of effective instructional pedagogy as well as an intriguing writing style to appeal to the needs of all learners. This latest edition brings both classical and modern studies to the table while boasting a myriad of new and thoroughly revised features. These features include a wide-ranging presentation of ideas and applications through the integration of hundreds of new research citations, more than 40% new photographs, as well as cutting-edge media and supplementary resources. David G. Myers strategically organizes the concepts of Exploring Psychology, ISBN 9781429216357 across 15 comprehensive chapters. Chapter 1 begins this text with a look at 'Thinking Critically with Psychological Science' followed by chapter 2 discussing 'The Biology of the Mind.' Chapter 3 presents students with information on 'Consciousness and the Two-Track Mind' while chapter 4 discusses 'Nature, Nurture, and Human Diversity.' 'Developing Through the Life Span' is the topic of choice in chapter 5 with 'Sensation and Perception' the focus of chapter 6 and aspects of 'Learning' explored in chapter 7. Chapter 8 delves into the components of 'Memory' followed by chapter 9 taking a look at 'Thinking, Language, and Intelligence' and chapter 10 examining 'Motivation.' Chapter 11 presents information on 'Emotions, Stress, and Health' while chapter 12 tackles topics surrounding 'Personality' and chapter 13 runs the gamut of 'Psychological Disorders.' Various methods of 'Therapy' are discussed in chapter 14 with the book concluding in chapter 15 with a look at 'Social Psychology.'
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