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Abnormal Psychology (7th Edition)

by Ronald J. Comer

Each new edition of Ronald Comer's Abnormal Psychology has offered a fresh, comprehensive, and exciting presentation of the field, with objective, balanced coverage of a wide range of theories, studies, disorders, and treatments and all major models. Each new edition has also integrated the latest in pedagogical tools and state-of-the-art media for students and instructors. But even by Comer's standards, the new edition of Abnormal Psychology is an exceptional revision that captures the way the field has changed, the world has changed, and students have changed. The beautifully redesigned new edition features more than 2,000 new references from the years 2006-2009; hundreds of new photos, tables, and figures; and expanded coverage of multicultural issues, cognitive theories and treatments, and neuroscience topics. There has never been a text for the course so well-attuned to both the field of abnormal psychology and the wide range of students exploring it.

Cognitive Psychology and Its Implications (7th edition)

by John R. Anderson

Anderson offers systematic and accessible presentation of the theoretical foundations of higher mental processes, with each important idea made concrete by specific examples and experiments. Focusing on knowledge representation as the central issue of cognition research, the book emphasizes an information processing approach to the field, but offers thorough coverage of the cognitive neuroscience approach as well (extensively updated for this edition). Reflecting the evolution of current research, the new Seventh Edition looks closely at the dramatic contributions of cognitive neuroscience to the understanding of cognitive functions. New coverage, new color insert, new pedagogy, and other content and format innovations, make this definitive new edition the most student-friendly yet.

Discovering Psychology

by Sandra E. Hockenbury Don Hockenbury

An introductory Psychology text.

Discovering Psychology (5th Edition)

by Don H. Hockenbury Sandra E. Hockenbury

Uses engaging anecdotes and stories to make abstract material pertinent without over-simplifying the science. The fifth edition features new coverage of developments in the study of positive psychology, Asperger's syndrome, sleep, consciousness and sex differences in the brain, as well as new artwork, chapter summaries and revised appendices.

Extraordinary Groups: An Examination of Unconventional Lifestyles (Ninth Edition)

by Richard T. Schaefer William W. Zellner

Now in its ninth edition, Extraordinary Groups has had a most gratifying history. Written by sociologists, using and illustrating sociological principles, the book has also been adopted in various other social science courses, including anthropology, religion, history, and psychology. This interdisciplinary approach is one reason the book has been used in hundreds of colleges and universities, a number that continues to grow.

Forensic and Legal Psychology

by Mark Costanzo Daniel Krauss

Using research in clinical, cognitive, developmental, and social psychology,Forensic and Legal Psychologyshows how psychological science can enhance the gathering and presentation of evidence, improve legal decision-making, prevent crime, rehabilitate criminals, and promote justice. Although the emphasis is on psychological research, the textbook makes extensive use of actual cases and real trials to engage students and to illustrate the relevance of research findings. Written in a clear, student-friendly style,Forensic and Legal Psychologyis designed for both the psychology and law AND forensic psychology class. Visit the preview site for more information:www. worthpublishers. com/costanzokrausspreview

Levels of Analysis in Psychology: A Companion Reader for Use with the IB Psychology Course

by Jennie Brooks Jamison

This book supplements an introductory psychology text with up-to-date, in-depth information relevant to the IB syllabus.

Microeconomics

by Paul Krugman Robin Wells

The same unique voice that made Paul Krugman a widely read economist is evident on every page of Microeconomics. 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.

The Practice of Statistics: TI-83/89 Graphing Calculator Enhanced (2nd Edition)

by Daniel S. Yates David S. Moore Daren S. Starnes

Tailored to mirror the AP Statistics course, The Practice of Statistics became a classroom favorite. This edition incorporates a number of first-time features to help students prepare for the AP exam, plus more simulations and statistical thinking help, and instructions for the TI-89 graphic calculator.

Psychology (3rd edition)

by David G. Myers

Switching among several differing perspectives, this introductory textbook describes what scientific research has learned about the biology underlying human behavior and mental processes, changes during the life cycle, states of consciousness, learning and memory, intelligence, emotion, personality, and psychological disorders. The seventh edition adds a new section on motivation in the workplace, and a psychology timeline inside the hardcover. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Psychology (5th Edition)

by David G. Myers

Switching among several differing perspectives, this introductory textbook describes what scientific research has learned about the biology underlying human behavior and mental processes, changes during the life cycle, states of consciousness, learning and memory, intelligence, emotion, personality, and psychological disorders.

Psychology (7th Edition)

by David G. Myers

This new edition continues the story of psychology with added research and enhanced content from the most dynamic areas of the field--cognition, gender and diversity studies, neuroscience and more, while at the same time using the most effective teaching approaches and learning tools.

Psychology (9th edition)

by David G. Myers

Switching among several differing perspectives, this introductory textbook describes what scientific research has learned about the biology underlying human behavior and mental processes, changes during the life cycle, states of consciousness, learning and memory, intelligence, emotion, personality, and psychological disorders. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Psychology: In Modules (Tenth Edition)

by David G. Myers

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.

Psychology (Ninth Edition, In Modules)

by David G. Myers

This ninth edition of Psychology, Ninth Edition in Modules is so much improved over the previous work. Changes include: * some 1300 new research citations representing the most exciting and important new discoveries in our field, * organizational changes based on changes in the field (for example, the heavily revised Consciousness unit, which now follows The Biology of Mind unit and is titled Consciousness and the Two-Track Mind to reflect the dual processing and cognitive neuroscience themes), * fine-tuned writing with countless small and large improvements in the way concepts are presented, supported by the input and creative ideas of hundreds of contributing instructors and students, and from my longtime editors, * a sharp new art program and new pedagogy that teaches more effectively, * continually improving coverage of cultural and gender diversity issues, and * 44 fewer pages.

Psychology (Second Edition)

by Daniel M. Wegner Daniel L. Schacter Daniel T. Gilbert

Thoroughly revised and updated, the second edition of this popular introductory psychology textbook introduces effective new teaching techniques as well as a range of new topics. Clear and engaging, the book provides a fundamental insight into how the mind works.

Sociology (3rd edition)

by Ian Robertson

This comprehensive introduction to contemporary sociology, known for its captivating writing, cross-cultural examples, and careful applications of theory to elucidate ideas, has long been a classroom favorite for both students and professors.

Thinking About Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behavior

by David G. Myers Charles T. Blair-Broeker Randal M. Ernst Charlie Blair-Broeker Randy Ernst

Written to promote critical thinking, captivate students, and satisfy the APA standards for high school psychology,Thinking About Psychology is an introduction to high school psychology unlike any other. In a convenient and effective modular format, it presents psychological science in a rigorous yet non-threatening way, with immediate examples that help high school students bridge the abstract to the familiar.

Understanding Research Methods in Psychology

by Jennie Brooks Jamison

This book has three purposes. One purpose is to help students see that there are many options available to researchers for investigating behavior and that each method has a specific goal. The second purpose is to introduce students to qualitative research methods: interviewing, observation, and case studies. International Baccalaureate (IB) students taking the Higher Level (HL) course sit for Paper 3, a section of the exam about qualitative research. I weave headings throughout the chapters on qualitative research that correspond to Paper 3 learning outcomes. These IB learning outcomes are relevant for any psychology student. The third purpose is to teach students how to design a simple experiment and analyze the data. Students taking the International Baccalaureate and/or Advanced Placement exams in psychology will find what they need in this book. Research methods are probably the most difficult part of these exams. Introductory texts do not usually provide enough depth, while the typical college-level research methods books are too complicated, sometimes even for a college student's first experience with methodology.

Who Built America? Working People and the Nation's Economy, Politics, Culture, and Society, Vol. 1: From Conquest and Colonization through Reconstruction and the Great Uprising of 1877 (2nd edition)

by Christopher Clark Nancy Hewitt

Who Built America? surveys the nation's past from the perspective of working men and women. Growing out of the effort to reinterpret American history from "the bottom up," Who Built America? not only documents the country's presidents, politics, and wars along with the life and values of the nation's elite but also focuses on the fundamental social and economic conflicts in our history, integrating the history of community, family, gender roles, race, and ethnicity.

The Wilding of America: Money, Mayhem, and the New American Dream

by Charles Derber

The American dream champions individualism. But at what price? In the fully updated fifth edition of The Wilding of America, Charles Derber chronicles the latest incidents of "wilding"- acts of self-interested violence or greed that weaken the social fabric. Each chapter of the new edition has been thoroughly revised. New discussions include: an analysis of global corporate power in the wake of the 2008 economic crisis including an in-depth look at factory workers in both Guatemala and South China; an examination of the state of New Orleans in 2009; and a look at the impact of the Obama administration on wilding behavior. In addition, two all new chapters have been added to the Fifth Edition. Chapter 5,Subprime Capitalism, examines the 2008 Wall street collapse including sections on the rise and fall of Bernie Madoff, the workings of the housing market, and the role of the media before and after the collapse. Chapter 9,The Tragedy of the Commons, identifies how wilding behavior threatens the building blocks of a good society. This chapter specifically examines the effects of wilding on our public space, social infrastructure, and natural environment.

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