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Psychology in Everyday Life
by:David G. Myers
Psychology in Everyday Life is another one of David Myers' most acclaimed books on the study of the human mind and behavior. Designed to make students of all levels understand the beauty of psychology as a science, it also helps readers better understand their own as well as other people's feelings, conduct, and actions. The book is different from many...
Psychology in Everyday Life is another one of David Myers' most acclaimed books on the study of the human mind and behavior. Designed to make students of all levels understand the beauty of psychology as a science, it also helps readers better understand their own as well as other people's feelings, conduct, and actions. The book is different from many other materials on this subject because it offers the perfect balance of visual illustrations and text, while also providing relevant scientific insights and applying the principles to everyday life. Psychology in Everyday Life (ISBN 9781429263948) is a readable and approachable book divided into 14 well-organized chapters. It opens with an overview of psychology's origins and beginnings and a discussion of different critical thinking tools. It also covers neuroscience and consciousness and human development through the different stages of life. It devotes a chapter to gender and sexuality, sensation and perception, learning and memory, as well as thinking, language, and intelligence. There is also a chapter dedicated to topics like motivation and emotion, as well as stress and health. The last sections discuss personality, different psychological disorders, therapy, and social psychology. Celebrated author and teacher David Myers is an outstanding professor known for his research on the impact of group discussion. He has written plenty of articles published in a number of scientific journals, and has authored a list of market-leading psychology textbooks, including Psychology, the Pursuit of Happiness, Exploring Psychology, and Exploring Social Psychology, along with A Friendly Letter to Skeptics.
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