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Mastering the World of Psychologyis a brief text that provides superior learning and application support while making the connection between scientific principles and the everyday lives of today's diverse student population. Now organized around numbered learning outcomes, the Third Edition ofMastering the World of Psychologyis designed to help students succeed and apply their knowledge of psychology to their everyday lives. The SQ3R methodology, wealth of pedagogical features, MyPsychLab resources, and built-in Study Guide and Practice Tests make this the ideal learning and study resource.
Table of Contents
|Mastering the World of Psychology|
|Introduction to Psychology|
|Biology and behavior|
|Sensation and Perception|
|States of Consciousness|
|Cognition, Language, and Intelligence|
|Motivation and Emotion|
|Health and Stress|
|Personality Theory and Assessment|
|Appendix: Statistical Methods|
|Describing Data with Tables and Graphs|
|Measures of Central Tendency|
|Measures of Variability|
|The Normal Curve|
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