9780078035166

Psychology : An Introduction

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  • ISBN13:

    9780078035166

  • ISBN10:

    0078035163

  • Edition: 11th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 5/25/2011
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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Summary

A contemporary take on a time tested classic. Students will master the central concepts of psychology with the new 11th edition of Psychologyfrom Benjamin Lahey. The 11th edition has been thoroughly updated to include the latest research with an emphasis on Chapters 6 (Consciousness), 10 (Development) 14 (Abnormal) and 16 (Social Psychology). Lahey weaves scholarship based on empirical research throughout the text, ensuring an accurate portrait of contemporary psychology. The text's student-friendly writing, clear chapter openers, and fresh applications make the material more relevant to students than ever before, and the proven learning system ensures that all students will grasp the concepts presented in the book. Lahey's hallmark emphasis on diversity and culture remains integrated throughout the text, making this the text for a well rounded introduction to all areas of psychology

Table of Contents

Before You Begin: Study Skills for Success

PART 1: INTRODUCTION AND FOUNDATIONS

Chapter 1: Introduction to Psychology

Chapter 2: Research Methods in Psychology

Chapter 3: Biological Foundations in Behavior

Chapter 4: Interplay of Nature and Nurture

PART 2: AWARENESS

Chapter 5: Sensation and Perception

Chapter 6: States of Consciousness

PART 3: LEARNING AND COGNITION

Chapter 7: Basic Principles of Learning

Chapter 8: Memory

Chapter 9: Cognition, Language, and Intelligence

PART 4: DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

Chapter 10: Developmental Psychology

PART 5: THE SELF

Chapter 11: Motivation and Emotion

Chapter 12: Personality

PART 6: HEALTH AND ADJUSTMENT

Chapter 13: Stress and Health

Chapter 14: Abnormal Behavior

Chapter 15: Therapies

PART 7: SOCIAL CONTEXT

Chapter 16: Social Psychology

Chapter 17: Psychology Applied to the Environment and to Professions

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