Psychology: Media and Research Update
This engaging book offers a broad exploration of classic and contemporary research on current and emerging topics in the field, and encourages readers to recognize, first hand, how psychological concepts have meaning in their own daily lives. Several interactive features ensure thorough understanding of the material, and the book's lively conversational tone enhances its interactive approach. The book features research updates corresponding to every chapter. Each update references copyright 2000 articles published in a variety of respected journals. Each chapter also has a great questionnaire or hands-on activities. For psychologists.
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