An inspiring and clearly written graduate textbook with psychology concepts explained in a way easy to comprehend with updates on DSM-5.
This book is an authoritative, established text that engages students in the study of lifespan development from a chronological viewpoint.
Krugman/Wells takes a story-driven approach that focuses on real-world economics at work. The book offers the hallmark clarity and engaging writing style that distinguish Paul Krugman's work, from his best-selling international economics text to his "New York Times" best-sellers.
The same unique voice that made Paul Krugman a widely read economist is evident on every page of Economics. The product of the partnership of coauthors Krugman and Robin Wells, the book returns in a new edition. The new edition is informed and informative, solidly grounded in economic fundamentals yet focused on the realities of today's world and the lives of students. It maintains the signature Krugman/Wells story-driven approach while incorporating organizational changes, new content and features, and new media and supplements. Watch a video interview of Paul Krugman here.
Lively, surprising, yet filled with solid economic content, Economics by Example is for students who want to understand why they should study economics while in the process of learning it This concise paperback introduces economic principles in the context of real-life applications, with much to say about how the economic way of thinking can improve students' decisions. Economics by Example was created to support traditional texts but it can also be used on its own, in courses requiring minimal mathematics or graphical analysis.
Economics Is Everywhere, Third Edition, presents 400 vignettes inspired by everyday events from news articles, films, family, and popular culture. Professor Hamermesh also employs his interactions with students, frequently featuring student insight in these short scenes.
"Essentials of Economics" brings the same captivating writing and innovative features of Krugman/Wells to the one-term economics course. Adapted by Kathryn Graddy, it is the ideal text for teaching basic economic principles, with enough real-world applications to help students see the applicability.
This Nolan/Heinzen text makes the mathematics of statistical reasoning accessible with engaging storytelling, careful explanations, and helpful pedagogy.
Are you taking Economics because it was a required course or because you are interested in learning more about the economy? Either way, learning how to use the Explorations in Economics program effectively will help you achieve success in the class and in life. Each chapter in the book is divided into two to four short modules.
Preface -- Thinking critically with psychological science -- Neuroscience and behavior -- The nature and nurture of behavior -- The developing person -- Sensation and perception -- States of consciousness -- Learning -- Memory -- Thinking, language, and intelligence -- Motivation -- Emotions, stress, and health -- Personality -- Psychological disorders -- Therapy -- Social psychology
Far and away the bestselling brief introduction to psychology, David Myers' Exploring Psychology doesn't just present the story of the psychology. It involves students deeply in that story, as they learning to think critically about psychology's core ideas, breakthrough research findings, and wide-ranging applications to their lives and the world around them. The new Eighth Edition is both classic Myers and cutting-edge psychological science, a rich presentation more than ever before, helps students develop the critical thinking skills they need to make their encounters with psychological science successful and personally enriching. The most extensively revision to date, the Eighth Edition features many hundreds of new research citations, over 40% new photos, and state-of-the-art media and supplements--plus an all new critical thinking feature, Test for Success: Critical Thinking Exercises. Still, with the book's continual evolution, one constant remains: the inimitable writing of David Myers, who continues to show an uncanny ability to engage the curiosities of all kinds of students as they explore both the scientific and human aspects of the field of psychology.
In this ninth edition, the unwavering vision for Exploring Psychology is to merge rigorous science with a broad human perspective that engages both mind and heart.
This edition has an expanded and updated coverage of Abnormal Psychology that includes key disorders, prevention, recent theories, research, and promotion of mental health.
Krugman's Microeconomics for AP* combines the successful storytelling, vivid examples, and clear explanations of Paul Krugman and Robin Wells with the AP* expertise of Margaret Ray and David Anderson. In this exciting new AP text, Ray and Anderson successfully marry Krugman's engaging approach and captivating writing with content based on The College Board's AP Economics Course outline, all while focusing on the specific needs and interests of high school teachers and students.
When it comes to explaining current economic conditions, there is no economist readers trust more than New York Times columnist and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman. Term after term, Krugman is earning that same level of trust in the classroom, with more and more instructors introducing students to the fundamental principles of economics via Krugman's signature storytelling style. The new Third Edition of Paul Krugman and Robin Wells's Economics is their most accomplished yet--extensively updated to offer new examples and stories, new case studies from the business world, and expert coverage of the ongoing financial crisis.
The book explains how markets generate cooperation from people across the world, how prices act as signals and coordinate appropriate responses to changes in economic conditions, and how profit maximization leads to the minimization of industry costs.
Already The Bestselling AP* Psychology Author, Myers Writes His First Exclusive AP* Psych Text. David G. Myers is best known for his top-selling college psychology texts, used successfully across North America in thousands of AP* courses. As effective as Myers' college texts have been for the AP* course, we believe his new text will be even better, because Myers' Psychology for AP* has been written especially for the AP* course!
A comprehensive psychology textbook for high school students interested in AP level learning.
Thus begins market-leading author David Myers' discussion of developmental psychology in Unit 9 of his new Myers' Psychology for AP® Second Edition. With an undeniable gift for writing, Dr. Myers will lead your students on a guided tour of psychological science and poignant personal stories. Dr. Myers teaches, illuminates, and inspires. Four years ago, we published this ground-breaking text which is correlated directly to the AP® course. Today, we build on that innovation and proudly introduce the 2nd AP® Edition. Whether you are new to AP® psychology or have many years under your belt, this uniquely AP® book program can help you achieve more.
A Primer of Drug Action: A Comprehensive Guide to the Actions, Uses, and Side Effects of Psychoactive Drugs (11th edition)by Robert M. Julien
A definitive guide to the pharmacology of drugs that affect the mind and behavior with over 40% new research citations. A clearer and current presentation on the mechanisms of drug action, etiologies of major psychological disorders, rationales for drug treatment, and the uses of psychopharmacology in patient care.
In this breakthrough introduction to psychology, two committed, tech-savvy professors, Deborah Licht and Misty Hull, combine years of research and teaching insights with the journalistic skill of science writer, Coco Ballantyne, who came to this project directly from Scientific American. Together, they have created a an introductory textbook and online system that draws on written profiles and video interviews of 27 real people to help students better understand, remember, and relate to psychology's basic ideas.
This modules-based version of Myers' Psychology tenth edition breaks down the book's 16 chapters into 54 short modules. The condensed text allows students to better grasp and explore psychological concepts. It also makes for more flexibility in teaching, as cross-references to other chapters have been replaced with brief explanations.