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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Psychology - 709 pages
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Psychology: Six Perspectives shows students that there is unity and continuity within the diverse field of psychology by briefly and coherently discussing six primary perspectives: biological, psychoanalytical, behavioral, humanistic, cognitive, and evolutionary. Author Dodge Fernald organizes these perspective in chronological order and historical context, offering students a broad, retrospective account of the discipline. This approach provides the perfect framework for a conceptual understanding of modern psychology.

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Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Research Methods
Research in Perspective

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About the author (1997)

L. Dodge Fernald is Senior Lecturer on Psychology in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University. He received his Ph.D. in Counseling/ Clinical Psychology from Cornell University and has served as a Fulbright Lecturer at the University of Madrid and as a Visiting Professor at Cornell University. He was the Assistant Dean of the Masters of Liberal Arts Program at the Harvard Extension School until summer 2001. His basic textbook, "Introduction to Psychology, "that went through several editions with Houghton Mifflin and Prentice Hall and he has written other books for Erlbaum ("The Hans Legacy: A Story of Science") and Macmillan ("Walking Tour of Walden Two", with a Foreword by B. F. Skinner). He has received the Petra T. Shattuck Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Harvard Extension School, and he is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association Division Two - Society for the Teaching of Psychology. His areas of interest include psychological measurement, clinical practice, and the educational implications of psychology.

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