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Unlike any other introduction to psychology book, Psychology by Daniel Schacter, Daniel Gilbert, and Daniel Wegner offers the right balance of science and real world examples to better explain psychology even to students without any background on this field. Now on its second edition, it remains to be one of the most compelling references on the subject,...
Unlike any other introduction to psychology book, Psychology by Daniel Schacter, Daniel Gilbert, and Daniel Wegner offers the right balance of science and real world examples to better explain psychology even to students without any background on this field. Now on its second edition, it remains to be one of the most compelling references on the subject, using smart and friendly writing and integrating practical examples and experiments. The handpicked case studies also allow students to learn about the remarkable contributions of psychology as well as to understand its fundamental principles. The latest edition integrates brand new techniques for more effective teaching and instruction. Schacter, Gilbert, and Wegner added new topics to broaden the scope of the study. The book consists of 16 chapters, all written in a concise, vivid, and engaging manner. The main topics covered include the evolution of psychology, different methods used in the practice, neuroscience and behavior, and sensation and perception. The latter parts of the book talk about consciousness, memory, learning, emotion, and motivation. There is also a chapter on language and thought, as well as chapters about intelligence, development, personality, stress and health. Social psychology along with different psychological disorders and their treatment are critiqued. Psychology (ISBN 9781429237192) was written by a team of world renowned professors and researchers, each with impressive credentials and bodies of work. Schacter has authored award-winning books like The Seven Sins of Memory: How the Mind Forgets and Remembers, and Searching for Memory: The Brain, The Mind, and The Past. Gilbert also wrote the national bestseller, Stumbling on Happiness, while Wegner is known for The Illusion of Conscious Will and White Bears and Other Unwanted Thoughts.
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