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Publisher: Worth Publishers
David G. Myers is the author of Psychology, published under ISBN 9781429261784 and 1429261781. One hundred forty Psychology textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, thirty four used from the cheapest price of $126.99, or buy new starting at $159.97. [read more]
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I used this book for my psychology class my first semester in college and it was one of the best books I have ever learned from.read more
it does not. it was a very good book and I recommend many professors to use it as well.
Content of book was very helpful and interesting.read more
I learned many different things from this book. Most interesting thing to learn about was the topic of dreams.
The history of psychology. It is interesting to analyze different theories and how a lot has changed.read more
Thinking critically, nature vs. nurture, how memory works, perception, emotions, stress and its impact in health, personalities...
If I could change one thing it would be to make the chapters less confusing. I had a hard time following what was going on.read more
The most interesting thing that I learned from this book was learning about dreams.
The definitions of different Psychological terms was most useful... it really puts psychology in simpler terms and really makes it more understandable and relates to the young college student.read more
This book puts the terms into ones that interest me WAY more and the subjects are more in touch with students. Rather than far-fetched, cheesy and imaginative like other Psych books.
Nothing, keep it the way it is. Thank you very much.read more
Very insightful; very thought provoking. Thanks you very much.
The book was quite good. It cover every subject of human psychology.read more
The study guide. Vocabulary. It really helped me a lot.
If the explanations weren't to wordy made it difficult to understandread more
It was used for psychology 101 and why people act a certain way and do things a certain way
Of all the books I've ever purchased for both high school and college, this one had the most interesting information to read. Granted, I didn't have time to read everything, but what I did read almost didn't even seem like it was coming from a textbook. There were jokes, personality in the writing, fun historical facts, and some of the information I learned I still tell people about today. It really was well put together.read more
The psychology class I took didn't really depend on this book other than the weekly (sometimes twice a week) quizzes that the professor put out online. Most of the lectures given were on topic with the given chapters, but you could get away with not reading it until it came time to take the quiz. I honestly enjoyed just reading little parts of the book here and there; at times it didn't even feel like I was reading a textbook.
What the most useful thing that I learned from this Psychology book is that I learned the different functions of the brain.read more
What I learned from this Psychology book is how important psychology is and what we can learn with it.
The in depth visual aids and the easy to read paragraphs.read more
there is no real comparison I have read two or three other psychology textbooks and this one was by far the best.
I enjoyed this book because it was informative in an easy-to-read way. Great explanations of Psychology topics, very detailed.read more
Introduction to Psychology. It Is a beginner course to learn the basic principles of psychology.
Publisher: Worth Publishers