Psychology: Making Connections + CONNECT w/etext

Book & Toy | February 13, 2012

byGregory Feist, Erika Rosenberg, Jennifer Stamp

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Psychology: Making Connections, Canadian edition, provides students with a lively and scientific introduction to key psychological concepts, while simultaneously encouraging students to make connections between topics and their experiences. Fostering students' critical thinking skills, the text challenges students to make connections between 5 core themes:
  • Connections between Psychology and Students' Experience
  • Connections between Psychologists and Scientific Discoveries
  • Connections between Nature and Nurture
  • Connections between Topics across Psychology
  • Connections among Topics within Each Chapter
  • The focus on connections reinforces that science is a process, not just a collection of resulting outcomes to be memorized, thereby bringing the names and experiments on the page to life and illustrate the human element in the scientific method.

    Connect - Your Study and Testing Program with e-book - is included with each new copy of the text. For more information, go to http://www.connect/mheducation.com

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    Psychology: Making Connections, Canadian edition, provides students with a lively and scientific introduction to key psychological concepts, while simultaneously encouraging students to make connections between topics and their experiences. Fostering students' critical thinking skills, the text challenges students to make connections b...

    Format:Book & ToyDimensions:11.2 × 8.8 × 1.4 inPublished:February 13, 2012Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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    ISBN - 10:0071319026

    ISBN - 13:9780071319027

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    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1: Introduction to Psychology
    Chapter 2: Conducting Research in Psychology
    Chapter 3: The Biology of Behaviour
    Chapter 4: Sensing and Perceiving our World
    Chapter 5: Consciousness
    Chapter 6: Memory
    Chapter 7: Learning
    Chapter 8: Language and Thought
    Chapter 9: Intelligence, Problem-Solving, and Creativity
    Chapter 10: Human Development
    Chapter 11: Motivation and Emotion
    Chapter 12: Stress and Health
    Chapter 13: Personality: The Uniqueness of the Individual
    Chapter 14: Social Behaviour
    Chapter 15: Psychological Disorders
    Chapter 16: Treatment of Psychological Disorders

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