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Psychology in Modules
by:David G. Myers
Author David G. Myers is a recognized name in the field of psychology because of his engaging and easy-to-understand books, including the famous Psychology Ninth Edition in Modules (ISBN 9781429216388) – an all-inclusive manual for professors and students interested in the study of the mind. What makes Psychology Ninth Edition in Modules unique from other...
Author David G. Myers is a recognized name in the field of psychology because of his engaging and easy-to-understand books, including the famous Psychology Ninth Edition in Modules (ISBN 9781429216388) – an all-inclusive manual for professors and students interested in the study of the mind. What makes Psychology Ninth Edition in Modules unique from other books about human behavior is its use of the most current research trends, as well as its very effective learning supplements. David G. Meyers engages readers by using a compelling and warmhearted manner of delivering key concepts, making the science of psychology accessible, relatable, and ultimately more interesting. The book is also different in the sense that it is written in short modules yet does not sacrifice breadth and depth of research. The author opens with an entertaining preface followed by an introduction on the subject's science and history, which makes up module numbers 1 to 3. Modules 4 to 6 cover the biology of the mind, while modules 7 to 10 discuss consciousness and the two-track mind. The subjects of human diversity, nurture vs. nature, memory, and learning have their own concise yet detailed modules. There are also sections on personality, motivation and work, and an introduction to psychological disorders to give beginners a broader view of psychology as a science and a field. This useful book likewise contains an appendix on possible careers in psychology as well as an answer key to the questions and quizzes. It is an excellent resource not only for psychology majors, but also for university students looking for a fascinating elective course to supplement their own fields of study.
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