Authors: Sarah Grison, Todd Heatherton, Michael Gazzaniga
Make science accessible at all levels by showing how psychology is relevant to students everyday lives.
Author Sarah Grison-an expert in the teaching of introductory psychology-has created a print and digital package with an equal commitment to the success of every instructor and student.
A strong, authordriven support package-rich with original media, a test bank, Active Learning slides and InQuizitive adaptive learning modules -provides instructors with everything they need to help todays students understand and apply introductory psychology.
Throughout the Second Edition, the most current APA Guidelines 2.0 for introductory psychology are colour-coded for ease in identification and helping students connect psychology to their everyday lives.
Table of Contents:
1. Introducing the World of Psychology
2. The Role of Biology in Psychology
4. Development Across the Life Span
5. Sensation and Perception
8. Thinking and Intelligence
9. Motivation and Emotion
10. Sex, Gender and Sexuality
11. Health and Well-Being
12. Social Psychology
13. Self and Personality
14. Psychological Disorders
15. Psychological Treatments
Appendix A: Analyzing Data in Psychological Research
Appendix B: Quizzes