Psychology: An International Perspective
Taylor & Francis, 2004 - 984 páginas
The following features will make Psychology: An International Perspectiveby Michael W. Eysenck the text of choice for introductory psychology courses throughout the world:
* GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
The typical US textbook gives undue attention to US research at the cost of important international studies. Psychology: An International Perspective provides balanced coverage of global research, particularly from the UK, Germany, Scandinavia, Holland, Australia and Canada, as well as the US.
* UNIQUE MULTIMEDIA SUPPLEMENTARY RESOURCES
· Tutor resources, available on CD-ROM. These include a PowerPoint lecture course and multiple-choice question test bank.
· Student resources on the web. Includes a unique 'Learning Reinforcement Program', which offers students a completely novel approach to study.
· Additional supplementary chapters on the web including chapters on Research Methods and a chapter on Auditory Perception.
These resource packages are free of charge to adopters of the text.
* AUTHORITATIVE, READABLE, SINGLE AUTHORED TEXT
Written by Michael W. Eysenck, one of the UK's most eminent psychologists. With extensive teaching and writing experience, Professor Eysenck has written a text that is both authoritative and accessible, coherent and integrated.
The book includes numerous pedagogical and illustrative features to enliven the text and facilitate learning. These include:
· Self-assessment questions.
· Evaluation sections with an emphasis on methodological and ethical issues to encourage critical thinking.
· Key term definitions.
· Key studies with discussion points.
· Humorous drawings and numerous graphs, flow charts, photos, and tables.
· Informative text boxes highlighting points of interest.
· A summary section and further reading at the end of each chapter.
* VALUE FOR MONEY
Only $39.95.95 for 992 pages of text, plus extensive supplementary resources free of charge to adopters.
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