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Always on top of the latest news in psychology, always tuned in to what's happening in the classroom, David Myers'Exploring Psychologyis far and away the best-selling brief introduction to psychology. Thoroughly reexamined page by page, line by line, and reference by reference, each new edition is both refreshingly innovative and reassuringly Myers. The new Seventh Edition is both classic Myers and cutting-edge psychology, a rich presentation of ideas and applications featuring hundreds of new research citations, over 40% new photos, and state-of-the-art media and supplements. But its most compelling feature remains the inimitable Myers' voicea voice that speaks directly to the curiosities and experiences of all kinds of students. Myers' writing keeps students reading...and learning.
Table of Contents
Thinking Critically with Psychological Science - Neuroscience and Behavior - Nature, Nurture, and Human Diversity - The Developing Person - Sensation and Perception - States of Consciousness - Learning - Memory - Thinking, Language, and Intelligence - Motivation - Emotions, Stress, and Health - Personality - Psychological Disorders - Therapy - Social Psychology - Appendix: Careers in Psychology by Dr. Jennifer Lento, University of San Diego, USA