This text encourages students to develop critical-thinking skills while studying psychology's major theories and concepts. James Kalat teaches students to separate what sounds plausible from what can be backed up with scientific evidence and how to tell the difference between sound and flawed evidence. The book's modular organization provides logical breaks within chapters, helping students manage the material for comprehension and providing a more flexible teaching tool for instructors. Kalat's text gets students involved in using the scientific method to question assertions, and in engaging students to want to know more.
Publisher: Cengage Learning, Inc ISBN: 9780534356118 Weight: 1905 g Dimensions: 286 x 241 x 39 mm Edition: 5th Revised edition
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