Psychology: Themes and Variations: Briefer Version
This exceptional guide was written by Richard Stalling and Ronald Wasden, psychology professors with more than 30 years of experience as a writing team specializing in the creation of dynamic, interactive student tools. Working closely with Wayne Weiten, Stalling and Wasden have organized each chapter in the Study Guide around Weiten's learning objectives for each text chapter. A review of key ideas for each chapter includes an engaging mix of matching exercises, fill-in-the-blank items, free-response questions, and programmed learning. In addition, the Study Guide offers key terms, a review of key people, and a self-test for each chapter in the text.
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