Invitation to Psychology (5th Edition) (MyPsychLab Series)Author:
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Pub Date: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall
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The reading was very easy and to comprehend. The index in the back of the book made it easier to locate specific terms without having to go through the whole bookread more
The sections and chapters in the book correlated with lessons I learned in class so it was easier to understand the material in class.
The book is very educational. Sorry that they made a new edition. The author is very incisive with the information given. Would purchase this one again if necessary. The book is very eductional. Wish they kept this edition. the author is quite awesome.read more
The book is very educational. Sorry that they made a new edition. The author is very incisive with the information given. Would purchase this one again if necessary. The book is very eductional. Wish they kept this edition. the author is quite awesome.
This book is very good and informative, I have read any other books on the subject so it was pretty good at explaining things.read more
More pictures, or examples.This books is very good because it has pictures whereas other textbooks don't.
I honestly think this book was great, I benefited immensely from the content in the book.read more
I enjoyed learning about sleep cycles, biological rhythms, and conditioning psychology. These learning objectives probed me to think critically about behavior, the sub-conscious, and life in general.
the name index and the subject index helped me navigat well through the bookread more
the graphics in thisn book were great it helped me when we came to the functions of the brain it really mapped out the information
Different behaviors in culture and social context. This is something we all can use no matter who we are.read more
Psychological disorders because I have a family history of mental illness
Everything was very helpful. From Perception to Mental illnessread more
This book is not boring to read. Everything is organized and in order.
There were a lot of pictures and further explanations and stories into certain subjects that really helped me out.read more
Psychology. This book was spot on and very interesting; from sub stories and captions to pictures, I loved it!
Intro to Psych was a fun class where i learned about child language development, dreams, the subconcious mind, and psychological disorders.read more
Nothing. This book had a great sense of humor and was very interesting to read.
This book not only explains the various concepts of phycology along with it's history, but also makes you realize all of the areas in your life where they are present and apparent.read more
At the end of every chapter, there are short summaries and concept maps of everything covered, as well as a list of key term, which makes it fairly simple to locate information and quickly get an overview of the chapter without having to read all of it when you're short on time.
I took an into to Psychology which was a requirement of my degree in Criminal Justice.read more
The subject is learning key components and names of theorists and their theories when it came to Psychology and Human Development. I received a broad look into studies of the past and how they are integrated into studies of today.
Pub Date: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall