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The genius collaborative efforts of Carole Wade and Carol Tavris provide college and university students with a wealth of information in their textbook Psychology (10th Edition), ISBN 9780205711468. This text boasts a ground-breaking emphasis on the enhancement of the student's critical thinking skills to lead them to future success in both their college,...
The genius collaborative efforts of Carole Wade and Carol Tavris provide college and university students with a wealth of information in their textbook Psychology (10th Edition), ISBN 9780205711468. This text boasts a ground-breaking emphasis on the enhancement of the student's critical thinking skills to lead them to future success in both their college, professional, and personal lives. An enjoyable and comprehendible narrative writing style will engage readers while providing them with an all-inclusive overview of the field of psychology. The leading expert on this team is that of Carole Wade. Receiving her doctorate degree in cognitive psychology from Stanford University, she has served as professor at several universities including the University of New Mexico, where she taught courses in psycholinguistics and developed the first course at the university on the psychology of gender. Wade also served as professor of psychology for ten years at San Diego Mesa College, then taught at College of Marin and Dominican University of California. She is a seasoned writer as well with various other texts published including Invitation to Psychology, Psychology in Perspective, and The Longest War: Sex Differences in Perspective. Carole Wade and Carol Tavris succinctly organize the concepts of Psychology (10th Edition) across seven sections and 17 chapters. Part I serves as an 'Invitation to Psychology' with chapters devoted to explaining and studying human behavior. Part II presents information on 'The Biological Perspective' with chapters discussing the genetics of behavior, neurons, hormones, and neurotransmitters, as well as an evaluation of such perspective. Part III investigates 'The Learning Perspective' with topics discussed including behavioral learning, social and cognitive learning, as well as an evaluation of the learning perspective. 'The Cognitive Perspective' is the focus of part IV with chapters devoted to thinking and reasoning, memory, and an evaluation of the subject. Chapter V delves into 'The Sociocultural Perspective' through the lens of the social and cultural context, followed by an evaluation of the perspective. Part VI presents 'The Psychodynamic Perspective' looking at the inner life and offering an evaluation of the subject.' Part VII concludes this text by 'Putting the Perspectives Together' and looking at the 'whole elephant.'
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