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Psychology (Ninth Edition – ISBN 9781429215978) is an engaging textbook that introduces university students to the field. Peppered with analogies, amusing quotes, and helpful visual aids such as diagrams and photos, it is an easy-to-read guide designed to help beginners navigate all the key fields of this science. David G. Myers has made this edition is...
Psychology (Ninth Edition – ISBN 9781429215978) is an engaging textbook that introduces university students to the field. Peppered with analogies, amusing quotes, and helpful visual aids such as diagrams and photos, it is an easy-to-read guide designed to help beginners navigate all the key fields of this science. David G. Myers has made this edition is much more concise than the previous. He also included additional chapters on neuroscience and dual processing. Designed to facilitate self-study, the book features 'Before You Move On' sections complete with 'Ask Yourself' as well as 'Test Yourself' questions, plus supplementary materials and useful website support. College students taking beginner courses will appreciate the entertaining ‘Story of Psychology' right after the preface. Topics covered include the biology of the mind, consciousness, nature versus nurture, human diversity, sensation and perception, memory, learning, intelligence, and how language affects thought (and vice versa). There are also chapters dedicated to intelligence, work and motivation, health and stress, psychological disorders, personality, social psychology, and psychological disorders. A bonus section discusses possible careers in psychology. This ninth edition of Psychology is described by critics as a fresh introduction that uses new tools for both learning and teaching the field. It is shaped by the latest research and is attuned to current issues in society. David G. Myers draws from decades of experience teaching introductory psychology. Gifted with the ability to present otherwise intimidating scientific information in a more entertaining manner, he regularly writes for non-academic publications such as Scientific American and Today's Education. He is also an author of general audience books, such as ‘Intuition: Its Powers and Perils' and ‘The Pursuit of Happiness.'
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