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The BRIEFER EDITION, of PSYCHOLOGY: THEMES AND VARIATIONS, SEVENTH EDITION, help you experience the excitement of this fascinating field, while helping you study and retain what you learn! Filled with practical ways that you can apply psychology to your everyday life, this best-selling psychology textbook is an experience in learning that you'll remember long after you complete your introductory psychology course. "Critical Thinking Applications" in every chapter give you specific critical thinking strategies you can apply to what you read. Every chapter of this book offers tools to help you focus on what's important-showing you how to study in ways that help you retain information and do your very best on exams.
Table of Contents
|The Evolution of Psychology|
|Personal Application: Improving Academic Performance|
|Critical Thinking Application: Developing Critical Thinking Skills: An Introduction|
|The Research Enterprise in Psychology|
|Personal Application: Finding and Reading Journal Articles|
|Critical Thinking Application: The Perils of Anecdotal Evidence: "I Have a Friend Who . . ."|
|The Biological Bases of Behavior|
|Personal Application: Evaluating The Concept of "Two Minds in One." Critical Thinking Application: Building B|
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