Psychology (High School Printing)
Ninth Edition   ©2010

Psychology (High School Printing)

David G. Myers (Hope College)

  • ISBN-10: 1-4292-1637-9; ISBN-13: 978-1-4292-1637-1; Format: Cloth Text, 928 pages
  • For Institutions:$175.94
Myers’ clear, captivating style enthusiastically communicates the concepts of psychology and the excitement of the science.

Integrated critical thinking theme, introduced in Chapter 1, "Thinking Critically with Psychological Science," and interwoven throughout the narrative and within the "Thinking Critically About…" boxes. Myers presents research as intellectual detective work, exemplifying an inquiring, analytical mindset. See the Preface for a complete list of critical thinking coverage.

Up-to-date research is based on the author’s extensive reading and engagement with researchers, presented in a way that reflects the process of inquiry and shows students how the science of psychology continues to develop.

Thoroughly integrated coverage of neuroscience, behavior genetics, and evolutionary psychology runs throughout the book, with a special focus in Chapter 2, The Biology of Mind, and Chapter 4, Nature, Nurture, and Human Diversity.

An emphasis on individual and cultural diversity runs throughout the text, with a special focus in Chapter 4, Nature, Nurture, and Human Diversity.

An outstanding supplements and media package includes a variety of tools for both instructors and students to aid in the teaching and learning process.

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