Psychology Concepts and Applications
This new text offers a concept-based approach with each chapter organized into discrete learning units or modules. This helps students focus on one topic at a time within the context of a larger chapter structure. Concept-signaling is a unique pedagogy embedded within a complete learning system so that as students read, they are introduced to the same concept a number of different ways—through figures, charts, or marginal inserts—in addition to an explanation integrated into the text. Within each unit, in-text tools help them encode, retain, and recall complex information.
Specifications of Psychology Concepts and Applications
|Author||Jeffrey S. Nevid|
|Publisher||Houghton Mifflin College Div|
|Number Of Pages||730|
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