An IntroductionBook - 1998 | 10th ed.
Psychology: An Introduction, 10/e presents introductory psychology as a science, providing engaging coverage of all traditional topics and giving students a firm grasp of the scope, vocabulary, and concepts of the discipline. It treats psychology as a diverse discipline - the way psychologists perceive it - combining a concern for research, theory, gender, and cross-cultural issues with examples that are both familiar and applicable to students, inspiring critical thought and analysis of ideas presented. *Integrates diversity and psychology throughout; special attention is given to culture, gender, and sexual orientation. *Expands and integrates the influence of biology on behaviour. *Features a series of Applying Psychology boxes that show the relevance of psychology to students' lives. *Each Applying Psychology box refers students to the Morris website for related web destinations.
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c1998.
Edition: 10th ed.
Branch Call Number: 150 M875 1998
Characteristics: xxiv, 724 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 28 cm.
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