This comprehensive introductory psychology book is well-known for its pioneering focus on the development of critical thinking skills crucial to the readers' success. This book is regarded for the liveliness, warmth, and clarity of its writing style, continuing its tradition of integrating gender, culture, and ethnicity throughout. Biology and Behavior. Learning and Conditioning. Social Forces, Culture, and Behavior. Thinking and Intelligence. Memory. Emotion. Motivation. Theories of Personality. Health and Disorder. For anyone who is interested in introductory psychology.
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Carole Wade is affiliated with the Dominican University in California. Her Ph.D. is in cognitive psychology and her areas of interest include gender, ethnicity and a focus on the teaching and development of critical thinking skills.
Carol Tavris earned her Ph.D. in social psychology and as a writer and lecturer focuses on educating the public about the importance of critical and scientific thinking in psychology.
Dr. Wade and Dr. Tavris are Fellows of the American Psychological Association and charter members of the American Psychological Society.
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