Psychology: Themes and Variations: Themes and Variations
Weiten's PSYCHOLOGY: THEMES AND VARIATIONS, EIGHTH EDITION maintains this book's strengths while addressing market changes with new learning objectives, a complete updating, and a fresh new design. The text continues to provide a unique survey of psycholo
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I thought this was a really great book. Here's why:
It started every chapter with explaining what will be covered, allowing you to skip it if irrelevant.It ended every chapter with a summary of what you have learned, just to recap, and if you're in a rush you can get a okay sense of the chapter (or section) from it.
Definitions were bolded and made a different colour, letting you zone in on the important.
The chapter structure was logical: history first (though in my opinion a little boring), then goes more in depth with the various branches of psychology.
I borrowed this book for my 101 class and got an A, but honestly I almost wish I had bought it. Enjoy!
Review: Psychology: Themes and VariationsUser Review - Cogito_ergo_sum - Goodreads
I couldn't find my edition, so I used this one instead. My edition is Psychology: Themes and Variations; by Weiten, and McCann; Canadian 2nd ed.© 2010 I used it for my psychology classes, and I thought it was well written. The concepts were easy to understand. Overall I liked this textbook. Read full review