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By Kelly Bouas Henry, Missouri Western State College, and Douglas A. Bernstein, the Study Guide employs numerous techniques to help students learn. Each chapter--including the optional Industrial/Organizational Psychology chapter--contains a detailed outline, a key-terms section that presents fresh examples and learning aids, plus a fill-in-the-blank test, learning objectives, a concepts and exercises section that shows students how to apply their knowledge of psychology to everyday issues and concerns, a critical-thinking exercise, and personal learning activities. In addition, each chapter concludes with a two-part self-quiz consisting of 40 multiple-choice questions. An answer key tells the student not only which response is correct but also why each of the other choices is wrong, and quiz analysis tables enable students to track patterns to their wrong answers, either by topic or by type of question--definition, comprehension, or application.