Eleventh Edition   ©2015

Psychology in Modules

David G. Myers (Hope College) , C. Nathan DeWall (University of Kentucky)

  • ISBN-10: 1-4641-6752-4; ISBN-13: 978-1-4641-6752-2; Format: Cloth Text, 992 pages

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"I’ve been teaching Intro Psych for 29 years, and a few years ago I decided that the text I was using, though excellent and comprehensive, was too detailed and overwhelming for a first-year course comprised mainly of first-year students. By sheer chance, I stumbled upon the Myers text, and leafed through it. I was so enthralled that I requested a copy, read the entire text and in 2012 adopted it for my courses. The major attraction is that the text is written in such a ‘student-friendly’ manner with examples that they can relate to. The text is not ‘stiff’, intimidating, overwhelming or laden with excessive detail. You feel as though you’re reading a ‘story’ rather than technical scientific materials."

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