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Ciccarelli & White
A learner-centered, assessment-driven approach with various in-text activities showing how psychology relates to students' lives
Hudson & Whisenhunt
Uses an evidence-based approach to tackle the most difficult concepts in psychology, with an innovative introductory program that provides a personalized learning pathway for each student
Lilienfeld, Lynn & Namy
Provides the framework to go from inquiry to understanding with a new emphasis on generalizability as a key scientific thinking principle
Wade, Tavris, Sommers & Shin
Designed to help you learn to think like psychologists, and to understand why scientific and critical thinking is so important to the decisions you make in your own life
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Robert S. Feldman
Provides a broad overview of a human life, from the moment of conception through death, through an engaging writing style that prepares you to apply what you learn
A comprehensive introduction to the field, covering basic theories and research findings as well as highlighting current applications outside the laboratory
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Franklin R. Manis
Affords students a hands-on way to experience child development virtually as they learn, and to experience the wonder of a child growing before their eyes
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Arnett & Jensen
The authors trace development from birth through emerging adulthood, integrating current research and cross-cultural examples from around the globe throughout the text
Titles in Abnormal & Social Psychology, Biopsychology, and Personal, Advanced, and Sexuality Psychology
Beidel, Bulik & Stanley
Presents the human face of various psychological conditions, showing that abnormal behavior is complex and subject to many different forces
Pinel & Barnes
A clear introduction to biopsychological theory and research built to engage using a unique combination of biopsychological science and personal, reader-friendly discourse
Twenge & Campbell
Combines instruction about personality psychology with lessons about life itself to explore common questions about friendship, relationships, health, and happiness
Join Dr. Terri Moore to learn how to use the Revel dashboard and assignment data to inform future course designs and increase student performance and success.
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Join Dr. Jeffrey Nevid for a discussion on teaching abnormal psych from an "I" perspective through the sharing of first-person narratives of people with psychological disorders.
Join authors Danae Hudson and J. Noland White as they discuss the APA's Introductory Psychology Initiative, which includes new student learning outcomes, recommended course designs, teacher training, and more.
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