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e-Book Psychology (Loose Leaf Version) (Budget Books) epub download

Author: David G. Myers
ISBN: 1429299851
Publisher: Worth Publishers; Tenth edition (December 19, 2011)
Language: English
Category: Psychology
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e-Book Psychology (Loose Leaf Version) (Budget Books) epub download

by David G. Myers



Series: Budget Books. Loose Leaf: 864 pages.

Series: Budget Books. It doesn't breeze over them either, it actually talks in an intellectual way in detail about each. You walk away from reading this with enough of an understanding to have a basic psychlogical conversation and with the hunger for more.

DAVID G. MYERS is the John Dirk Werkman Professor of Psychology at Hope College, Michigan, USA, where he teaches Introductory Psychology. He has written scientific articles for scientific periodicals, including Science, American Scientist, Psychological Science and the American Psychologist, as well as digests of psychological science in magazines for the general public. Loose Leaf: 435 pages. The loose leaf book I received was the book cover and 4 blank pages. ISBN-13: 978-1464194450. Product Dimensions: 9 x . x . inches. Shipping Weight: . pounds.

Loose leaf Version for Scientific American Psychology Budget Books.

This book is necessary if you are taking psychology for college

This book is necessary if you are taking psychology for college.

David Myers received his psychology P. from the University of Iowa. He has spent his career at Hope College, Michigan, where he has taught dozens of introductory psychology sections

David Myers received his psychology P. He has spent his career at Hope College, Michigan, where he has taught dozens of introductory psychology sections. Hope College students have invited him to be their commencement speaker and voted him "outstanding professor.

Every textbook comes with a 21-day "Any Reason" guarantee. Published by Macmillan. Myers is John Dirk Werkman Professor of Psychology at Hope College. Правила публикации отзывов. Дополнительная информация.

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As a psychology major, had to order this book for an intro class and I must this provides a wonderful introduction to all basic topics of social psychology. It doesn't breeze over them either, it actually talks in an intellectual way in detail about each. You walk away from reading this with enough of an understanding to have a basic psychlogical conversation and with the hunger for more. I liked hte way the book was divided up becuase it worked in a very logical progression.
Brightcaster
This text is very well written and keeps my attention (most of the time) while reading information that might otherwise seem a little dry. The author sometimes throws in witty comments, or lame puns to keep the reader engaged. It usually works and will get a chuckle out of me or a groan, depending on how dry the joke was. I'm not sure if this was the author's intention, but it does help bring a human aspect to scientific words being thrown around and digested.
I enjoy Psychology, so I really enjoyed reading my assignments in this book. There are plenty of pictures, graphs, and side notes that help to further your knowledge about what you are reading. The vocab words with definitions are in the side bar of the pages upon which they appear in the text; I found this to be very helpful when I was running short on time and unable to read the text word for word. The summary pages at the end of each chapter were also a huge help with reviewing the chapter. Great textbook for the class!
Cordabor
Out of all my textbooks for university, this is one of three that I actually refused to sell back because I wanted to keep it. I have reread parts of it for fun and I often use it to explain things to my younger sisters. This book also helped me explain very sensitive subjects, such as cutting and anorexia, to the parents of younger family members who were struggling with these disorders. This book should not be used to replace a therapist or psychologist, but it does help you realize when you need to contact one. It helped me pass my class and assist some struggling family members, so this book was well worth the price. It also explained complex subjects at a level that was easy to understand.
Stan
For one who didn't get around to taking psychology in college, I realized that a lot of marketing and copywriting take advantage of how people make decisions and evaluate things. I got this monster and went through it. I learned what psychology is about, the multiple disciplines it involves. Great intro book.
HappyLove
I bought to use this upcoming year homeschooling my 9th grader. I haven't had a chance to read all of it yet, but I am halfway through with it -- so far, it is good. I think he will learn a lot and stay interested.
Ylonean
My AP Psychology class used this book exclusively. I ordered a copy for myself because I found it interesting. I got a 5 on the exam, so it works even if it's the old edition.
Yannara
Was in good shape, and very informative. Albeit I'm biased and thoroughly enjoy Psychology. $38 compared to nearly $200, you can't beat that.
It is my firm belief that even if you're not taking Psychology 101, you should read this book as you begin your college career. Every chapter is informative, easy to read, and packed with side notes, examples, and case studies. This book should be a requirement for every new college student.

Learn why you're study time isn't productive, why you're sleep time isn't restful, and why the people you interact with respond to you the way they do.