150.1 W434:7
Psychology : themes and variations. --
7 ed. Briefer Version
Imp / Ed.:
Belmont, CA, Estados Unidos : Thomson Wadsworth, c2008.
xlv, 501 p. : il. ; 28 cm.
1. The evolution of psychology. -- 2. The research enterprise in psychology. -- 3. The biological bases of behavior. -- 4. Sensation and perception. -- 5. Variations in consciousness. -- 6. Learning. -- 7. Human memory. -- 8. Cognition and intelligence. -- 9. Motivation and emotion. -- 10. Human development across the life span. -- 11. Personality: theory, research, and assessment. -- 12. Stress, coping, and health. -- 13. Psychological disorders. -- 14. Treatment of psychological disorders. -- 15. Social behavior. -- Appendix A: Answers to concept checks. -- Appendix B: Statistical methods. -- Appendix C: Critical thinking about internet research sources: what students need to know. --
Tomado de la pasta: "In this book, you'll discover that studying psychology is a fascinating, eye-opening experience. You'll find out what psychologists learn when they study behaviors such as eating and fighting, and dig deeper to investigate how hormones affect emotions and how the brain registers pain. You'll explore broad social questions and personal practical issues like the mysteries of love and symptoms of stress. Along they way, best-selling author Wayne Weiten gives you the tools to help you understand and retain what you learn so you'll excel in you introductory psychology course."

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