Psychology: An International Perspective
Taylor & Francis, 2004 - 984 pagina's
The following features will make Psychology: An International Perspectiveby Michael W. Eysenck the text of choice for introductory psychology courses throughout the world:
* GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
The typical US textbook gives undue attention to US research at the cost of important international studies. Psychology: An International Perspective provides balanced coverage of global research, particularly from the UK, Germany, Scandinavia, Holland, Australia and Canada, as well as the US.
* UNIQUE MULTIMEDIA SUPPLEMENTARY RESOURCES
∑ Tutor resources, available on CD-ROM. These include a PowerPoint lecture course and multiple-choice question test bank.
∑ Student resources on the web. Includes a unique 'Learning Reinforcement Program', which offers students a completely novel approach to study.
∑ Additional supplementary chapters on the web including chapters on Research Methods and a chapter on Auditory Perception.
These resource packages are free of charge to adopters of the text.
* AUTHORITATIVE, READABLE, SINGLE AUTHORED TEXT
Written by Michael W. Eysenck, one of the UK's most eminent psychologists. With extensive teaching and writing experience, Professor Eysenck has written a text that is both authoritative and accessible, coherent and integrated.
The book includes numerous pedagogical and illustrative features to enliven the text and facilitate learning. These include:
∑ Self-assessment questions.
∑ Evaluation sections with an emphasis on methodological and ethical issues to encourage critical thinking.
∑ Key term definitions.
∑ Key studies with discussion points.
∑ Humorous drawings and numerous graphs, flow charts, photos, and tables.
∑ Informative text boxes highlighting points of interest.
∑ A summary section and further reading at the end of each chapter.
* VALUE FOR MONEY
Only $39.95.95 for 992 pages of text, plus extensive supplementary resources free of charge to adopters.
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Motivation and homeostasis
States of awareness
Emotion stress and coping 24 28 64
Language 186 192 218 260 290 334 372 III INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
Personality 414 418
Specific abilities 15 Cognitive development General theories 16 Social development in evenyday life 17 Social development Attachments and friends...
Cognitive approaches to spcial psychology 19 Social behaviour and relationships
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