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by Siri Carpenter,Karen Huffman

eBook Visualizing Psychology download ISBN: 0470882298
Author: Siri Carpenter,Karen Huffman
Publisher: Wiley; 2 edition (May 18, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 550
ePub: 1668 kb
Fb2: 1670 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Karen Huffman is a professor of psychology at Palomar College in San Marcos, California, where she . Siri J. Carpenter is a PhD in Psychology from Yale University.

Karen Huffman is a professor of psychology at Palomar College in San Marcos, California, where she teaches full-time and serves as the Psychology Student Advisor and Co-Coordinator for Psychology Faculty. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including Science, ScienceNOW, Reuters Health, The APA Monitor (the monthly magazine of the American Psychological Association), the APS Observer (magazine of the American Psychological society, World Book Science Year, and others.

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Visualizing Psychology. by Catherine A. Sanderson, Karen Huffman, Siri Carpenter. This text is an unbound, three hole punched version. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781118978054.

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Visualizing Psychology Ch. 1. study. unifying theme of modern psychology that considers biological, psychological, and social forces as interrelated, inseparable influences that interact with the seven major perspectives. a participant's agreement to take part in a study after being told what to expect.

Karen Huffman P SYCHOLOGY IN A CTION, 8 TH E DITION .

Karen Huffman P SYCHOLOGY IN A CTION, 8 TH E DITION 471-74724-6 752 2007 The perfectly choreographed learning experience! As a full-time teacher of psychology, Karen Huffman knows that covering all the major concepts and theories, while still presenting the exciting and practical applications of psychology, is a challenge. To meet it, you need a fully integrated text and supplements package that sets the stage for a perfectly choreographed learning experience

The second edition enables psychologists to gain a better understanding of what is unique and intriguing about this area of study. It follows a groundbreaking visual approach that helps them quickly and easily learn the subject. With numerous illustrations and graphics, the book brings complex concepts to life. The links between theory and application are also clearly presented. Psychologists will benefit from this visually-oriented look into the field because it’s more engaging than other resources.
Comments: (7)
Karon
A decent book as an intro to psychology.

I actually read the entire book (gasp) as part of my class. The book is an easy read, it has a good amount of pictures and tables, and it keeps things fairly interesting.

If I were to give it a negative, it would be the book's age. It is probably due for a new revision soon. There were an instance where we were discussing the manual that real, licensed psychologists use and the book referenced the 2004 manual. I believe our professor mentioned that they just released a newer revision in the past year or two. So, if you are getting ready to take a psych class soon, I would recommend renting this book vs buying it. If you buy it, you might not be able to sell it if a new edition comes out.

Since I rented mine, it did not come with an access code, so I cannot speak to the benefits of that. I honestly don't see how it would have added to the class. There are tons of free stuff that you can find online (flash cards) so I just don't see the added cost as a value add.
Gozragore
I liked the study guidelines provided in the first chapter. Thats's as far as I got. I dropped the class and didn't use the book any longer.
Ttyr
The authors of Visualizing Psychology have created an excellent introductory text to the study of psychology. They even have a section on how students can succeed in learning psychology throught their text. If readers take even 60% of the authors' advice, they can't fail to learn the material. The illustrations connect superbly with the content, and it's aparent that the authors have conscientiously presented the material to be accessible and engaging to the student. The online supplemental materials provide yet another medium to learn the content. I highly recommend getting this book.
Opimath
Be aware book papers is very very thin even thinner than magazine papers. IT is just loose papers with no spiral to hold it together. The seller choose to print the book in these very thin papers which get ripped easily when you flip the page. I never saw such cheap print out to maximize profits and seller greed and student eventually has lost ripped materials.
FEISKO
very interesting reading. would recommend it to anyone
Uyehuguita
Used the hell out of this book for my PSYC class! Almost perfect according to the professor of the course!
Zugar
very helpful for my daughter
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