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Now accompanied by innovative learning aids and video presentations, the 19th edition of Psychology and Life by Richard Gerrig and Phillip Zimbardo continues to be one of the leading introductory texts for those taking up psychology courses. Using a friendly narrative style, this book delves into the enchanting topic of the human mind and body and comes...
Now accompanied by innovative learning aids and video presentations, the 19th edition of Psychology and Life by Richard Gerrig and Phillip Zimbardo continues to be one of the leading introductory texts for those taking up psychology courses. Using a friendly narrative style, this book delves into the enchanting topic of the human mind and body and comes with accompanying learning tools that allow students to visualize the concepts. The video series is especially helpful. Assignments and exercises can also be accomplished online. Psychology and Life (19th Edition) ISBN 9780205685912is one of the most comprehensive references for introductory courses in psychology. The first chapters are dedicated to the research methods in psychology, followed by the biological basis and impact of evolution on behavior. The authors likewise discuss sensation and perception, and devote an entire chapter on the mind, consciousness, and their altered states. The book tackles learning and behavior analysis, followed by a discussion of memory and different cognitive processes, intelligence and intelligence assessment, human development throughout the life span, motivation, emotion, stress and health, human personality and psychological disorders and therapies. The final chapter talks about social psychology. Authors Richard Gerrig and Phillip Zimbardo are both accomplished professors of psychology. They have participated in various research efforts and have co-written all the past editions of this text. Zimbardo is also known for his outstanding works, including the Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil, Shyness: What It Is, What to Do about It, and Psychology: Core Concepts, among others.
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