Schaum's Easy Outline of Introduction to Psychology

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McGraw Hill Professional, Aug 12, 2002 - Psychology - 154 pages
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About the author (2002)

Arno F. Wittig, Ph.D. (Muncie, IN) has been a professor of psychology for almost 35 years and Dean of the Honors College at Ball State University in Indiana for the past eleven years.

Sinnett is Associate Professor of Social-Personality Psychology at Grinnell College in Iowa, where she teaches courses in social psychology and psychology of personality. She received her B.A. from Webster University and her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Purdue University.

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