Psychology : Making Connections

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1/5/2009
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
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Connect with science. Connect with students. Connect with Feist and Rosenberg'sPsychology.InPsychology: Making Connections, Greg Feist and Erika Rosenberg provide the tools for students to make meaningful connections with the material encompassed in Introductory Psychology while still presenting psychology as a scientific endeavor. With its focus on connections, Feist helps your students to understand both the discipline and concepts of psychology as well as psychology's relevance to their lives. Feist provides you with the science you are seeking while bringing it alive for your students in an accessible way. By challenging students to make connections between what they are reading and learning about in class and the world around them outside the classroom,Psychology: Making Connectionsfosters students' critical thinking skills. At the same time, the authors consistently reinforce the idea that science is a process and not just a collection of resulting outcomes to be memorized. In doing so, they bring to life the names and experiments on the page and vividly illustrate the human element in the scientific method.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Psychology
Conducting Psychological Research
Biological Foundations
Sensation and Perception
The Developing Human
Language and Thought
Intelligence, Problem-Solving, and Creativity
Stress, Coping, and Health
Personality and the Uniqueness of the Individual
Social Behavior
Psychological Disorders
Treatment of Psychological Disorders
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