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Psychology in Everyday Life (4th Edition)

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This best-selling and brief introductory psychology textbook speaks to all students regardless of their background or level of preparedness. No assumptions are made in the vocabulary, examples, or presentation. Students of...

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This best-selling and brief introductory psychology textbook speaks to all students regardless of their background or level of preparedness. No assumptions are made in the vocabulary, examples, or presentation. Students of all kinds are comfortable with Myers' manageable chapters, which include careful connections to associated visuals, comparative tables, and research-based pedagogy.This is a high quality and affordable resource for students of all levels as they begin their study of Psychology.  Written by a trusted author team, the book offers quality of writing and resources that instructors and students can rely on. The text has been heavily updated to reflect psychological science and students’ everyday lives today.

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Offers a brief but complete survey of the field

Enhances student learning with thoughtful pedagogy

Research-based testing system, Retrieve and Remember, appears throughout each chapter, giving students valuable, formative self-testing opportunities at key points during the reading

Thoroughly updated throughout with the most relevant new findings and hundreds of new citations

"Thinking Critically About" infographics designed to visually engage students in thinking critically about key psychological concepts (parenting styles, gender bias, group polarization, therapeutic lifestyle changes, and more)

Preface: Time Management: Or, How to Be a Great Student and Still Have a Life.
Chapter 1: Psychology’s Roots, Big Ideas, and Critical Thinking Tools
Chapter 2: The Biology of Mind and Consciousness
Chapter 3: Developing Through the Life Span
Chapter 4: Sex, Gender, and Sexuality
Chapter 5: Sensation and Perception
Chapter 6: Learning
Chapter 7: Memory
Chapter 8: Thinking, Language, and Intelligence
Chapter 9: Motivation and Emotion
Chapter 10: Stress, Health, and Human Flourishing
Chapter 11: Social Psychology
Chapter 12: Personality
Chapter 13: Psychological Disorders
Chapter 14: Therapy
Appendix A: Statistical Reasoning in Everyday Life
Appendix B: Psychology at Work
Appendix C: Subfields of Psychology
Appendix D: Complete Chapter Reviews
Appendix E: Answers to Chapter Test Questions.
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David Myers received his psychology Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. He has spent his career at Hope College, Michigan, USA, where he has taught dozens of introductory psychology sections.


Nathan DeWall is professor of psychology and director of the Social Psychology Lab at the University of Kentucky, USA.

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


Nathan DeWall is professor of psychology and director of the Social Psychology Lab at the University of Kentucky, USA.

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