Psychology Applied to Modern Life: Adjustment in the 90s
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1991 - Adjustment (Psychology) - 542 pages
Comprehensive, research-oriented and well-liked by students, this best-selling text has been substant ially updated for the 90s and now features an exciting new full colour graphics and illustration program in its third edition.
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PartThe Dynamics of Adjustment
THE SEARCH FOR DIRECTION
Applying the Principles of Memory
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