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Introduction To Psychology
ISBN13:by Kalat, James W.
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Jim Kalat's best-selling INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY takes a "critical thinking" approach to the major theories and concerns of psychology. By prompting students to ask themselves questions like "How was this conclusion reached?" and "Does the evidence really support it?," Kalat encourages the use of scientific principles. He walks students through the hypothesis-method-results-interpretation steps that psychologists use when attempting to answer questions about human intellect, emotion, and behavior.
Table of Contents
|What Is Psychology?|
|Scientific Methods in Psychology|
|Sensation and Perception|
|Nature, Nurture, and Human Development|
|Cognition and Language|
|Emotions, Stress, and Health|
|Abnormality, Therapy, and Social Issues|
|Specific Disorders and Treatments|
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