Psychology in ActionAuthor:
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Pub Date: 2011
Huffman, Karen is the author of Psychology in Action, published 2011 under ISBN 9781118019085 and 1118019083. Seven hundred fifty three Psychology in Action textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, three hundred eighteen used from the cheapest price of $39.80, or buy new starting at $97.07. [read more]
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How important electronics is in today's society. Since business is done world wife it makes it more efficient. Also since companies and businesses collaborate and does a lot of marketing together e-commerce is the perfect solution. We can set up out on business on the web. Sell and purchase items without having a business. E-commerce makes business more efficient and reduced cost if used properly.read more
Business uses of electronics. It was very successful
Some explanations were a little complicated to understand. I understand psychology is differcult but some of the wording in the text book was complex. The pictures were helpful and examples of case studies were great examples.read more
I learn the majority of the fundmentals of psychology. Some case studies of psychology that help with understanding behaviors of people.
The way it is sectioned out. Great and easy read! Unlike most college textbooks, this one is easier to understand and follow through.read more
All of the general basics of psychology. Covers a great overview of all topics, including popular figures throughout history that played an important role in psychology.
The book is very good and laid out in a easy way to undertand.read more
Everything was laid out easy which made learning the material easy.
I didn't have to read it for my class. My professor did use several helpful charts and what not in our class.read more
It's about general psychology but my professor never told us to use it.
I used this book hand in hand with my course. It breaks things down in and easy to remember way lolread more
It isn't up to date with the handbook for disorders V
The most useful thing that I learned from this book was the basic principle of psychology.read more
If I could change one thing about this book is the hardcover makes it difficult to transport around.
The heaviness...carrying this book around campus was annoying.read more
The images and diagrams weren't very helpful. A lot of the diagrams were difficult to understand.
It was a very helpful book everything was easy to understand. It was very well written.read more
Great book, I would love to keep it for help in the future but I have to get rid of it.
Pub Date: 2011