THINK currency. THINK relevancy. THINK Psychology.
THINK Psychology, Second Canadian Editionis a concise presentation of the key theories and concepts of Psychology with current Canadian content and high-interest readings. Its attractive design featuring a unique, full-colour layout with exciting infographics is designed to inspire and engage today's students. Accessibly written with numerous contemporary examples, it relates the patterns and processes of human behaviour to students' everyday lives. Ten short readings on psychological topics selected from well-respected journals and popular press publications have been highlighted with annotations to present current psychological research in a relevant and accessible manner.
The Second Canadian edition features seven new readings, updated research and cultural references, new infographics and photos, and expanded coverage of key topics including Freud, Jung, genetic research, long term memory, attraction, and the DSM-5.
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Abigail A. Bairdis a Professor of Psychology at Vassar College. Following completion of her Ph.D. at Harvard University, she was awarded a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at Dartmouth College. Her numerous articles and presentations have covered topics such as adolescent brain development, cognitive regulation of emotion, juvenile justice, and manifestations of racial bias in mind brain and behaviour.
Abigail's research has received awards from Harvard University, the Society for Research on Psychopathology, and in 2008 the Association for Psychological Science named Abigail a "Rising Star in Psychological Science." Abigail has been repeatedly recognized for her excellence in teaching. In 2000 she received Harvard's George Goethals Teaching Prize, and in 2004 was awarded the Class of 1962 Excellence in Teaching Fellowship by Dartmouth College.
Anjanie McCarthyis a Professor of Psychology at Fanshawe College. She has an undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto, and both a Master's and Doctorate Degree in Psychology from Queen's University, Ontario. Anjanie completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Toronto before accepting a position at Fanshawe College. Anjanie's research interests include the development of nonverbal behaviours during interpersonal interactions. Her current research focuses on nonverbal communication in the classroom and ways to enhance communication between teacher and student.
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Book Description Pearson Education Canada, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New Condition. SKU:9780132825900-1-0-3. Bookseller Inventory # 9780132825900-1-0-3