Exploring Psychology in Modules (Loose-Leaf) [Book Only]  Ninth Edition Ed. David G. MyersAuthor:
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How the brain works and relays information to the nerves and other parts of the body.read more
It is less in depth than anatomy and physiology, so it was less challenging than expected.
The study of Psychology in a great way, it was broke into modules to make learning easierread more
Everything was useful, I liked the fact that it was broke into sections which made learning the material easier
Everything you ever needed to know about the human brain and its capabilities.read more
Psychology, very extensive. Was extremely helpful when trying to understand the correlation between the physical brain and the sprirtual brain
This was a great book with real life examples and great modules. I do not think there is much more that could be done to make it better other than more diagrams for visual learners. More example test/quiz questions could be helpful or if the modules would show the answers on the tests after you take them so you can correct yourself and understand your mistake instead of guessing till it's right. Also some of the modules would have blank answers on the questions that made the answer wrong every time.read more
The modules and real life examples made it much easier to understand things, along with the videos that were on the online modules.
Everything that should be learned in an introductory psychology course. It was easy to read with a lot of personal stories and anecdotes.read more
Introduction to Psychology was a basic first-year psychology course. We learned about the history of psychology, the many theories of psychology, the physiology involved, and much more.
This is my first time reading and studying in this book so I found it very interesting to be able to learn about the mind and how it operates. Learning about the different actions of others and how everyone think is the most interesting. I feel that there should be more subject books like these to help younger children understand the terms of psychology.read more
Psychology. This book is very effective and relates much to what the teacher talks about and explain during in class discussion.
Publisher: Kevin Feyen