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 in Perspective
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