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Introducing Psychology plus LaunchPad Pack (12 month Access Card) (5th Edition)

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This is the textbook only without Launchpad.

With an author team equally at home in the classroom, in the lab, or on the bestseller list, this book is written to keep students turning the pages. It offers expert coverage of...

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This is the textbook only without Launchpad.
With an author team equally at home in the classroom, in the lab, or on the bestseller list, this book is written to keep students turning the pages. It offers expert coverage of psychology’s scientific foundations, but communicates with students in a style that’s anything but that of a typical textbook.
Introducing Psychology keeps the level of engagement high, with quirky and unforgettable examples, and reminders throughout that the critical thinking skills required to study psychology will serve students well throughout their lives.
The fourth edition has been completely retooled for the classroom.  For the first time, each chapter section begins with Learning Outcomes to guide students’ learning.  These outcomes represent the big picture, so readers come away with more than a collection of facts.  The new edition also includes the new 'A World of Difference' feature, which highlights interesting and important research on individual differences such as sex, gender, culture and ethnicity in understanding the breadth of psychology.  
Introducing Psychology can also be purchased with the breakthrough online resource, LaunchPad, which offers innovative media content, curated and organised for easy assignability. LaunchPad's intuitive interface presents quizzing, flashcards, animations and much more to make learning actively engaging.

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Learning Outcomes (New) -for the first time, each section is organized around Learning Outcomes. 

A World of Difference (New)-new feature on individual differences.

Data Visualization Activities-the book includes callouts to these online activities which guide students through a display of real research data 

1. Psychology: Evolution of a Science
2. Methods in Psychology
3. Neuroscience and Behavior
4. Sensation and Perception
5. Consciousness
6. Memory
7. Learning
8. Emotion and Motivation
9. Language, Thought, and Intelligence.-10. Development
11. Personality
12. Social Psychology
13. Stress and Health
14. Psychological Disorders
15. Treatment of Psychological Disorders.
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Daniel Schacter is William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology at Harvard University. 

Daniel Gilbert is Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology at Harvard University. 

Matthew Nock is a Professor of Psychology at Harvard University.

Daniel Wegner was the John Lindsley Professor of Psychology in Memory of William James at Harvard University

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Daniel Schacter is William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology at Harvard University. 

Daniel Gilbert is Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology at Harvard University. 

Matthew Nock is a Professor of Psychology at Harvard University.

Daniel Wegner was the John Lindsley Professor of Psychology in Memory of William James at Harvard University

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