Helps students become scientifically literate
Psychological Science: Modeling Scientific Literacy , helps students view psychology as a practical, modern science — and gives them the tools to better understand their world. Organized around a scientific literacy model, the text’s content and features encourage inquiry and prompt students to ask scientific questions about each topic. All aspects of the book — topics covered, learning objectives, quizzes, even the modular format — have been developed to help students categorize the overwhelming amount of information they encounter and to ignite their interest in psychological science.
MyPsychLab is an integral part of the Krause / Corts program. Engaging activities and assessments provide a teaching and learning system that helps students hone their scientific literacy. With MyPsychLab, students can watch videos on psychological research and applications, participate in virtual classic experiments, and develop critical thinking skills through writing.
This title is available in a variety of formats - digital and print. Pearson offers its titles on the devices students love through Pearson's MyLab products, CourseSmart, Amazon, and more.
020598620X / 9780205986200 Psychological Science: Modeling Scientific Literacy with DSM-5 Update Plus NEW MyPsychoLab with Pearson eText -- Access Card Package
Package consists of
0205206514 / 9780205206513 NEW MyPsychLab with Pearson eText -- Valuepack Access Card
0205986226 / 9780205986224 Psychological Science: Modeling Scientific Literacy with DSM-5 Update
"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.
Dr. Mark Krause received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Central Washington University, and his PhD at the University of Tennessee in 2000. He completed a post-doctoral appointment at the University of Texas at Austin where he studied classical conditioning of sexual behavior in birds. Following this, Krause accepted a research fellowship through the National Institute of Aging to conduct research on cognitive neuroscience at Oregon Health and Sciences University. He has conducted research and published on pointing and communication in chimpanzees, predatory behavior in snakes, the behavioral and brain basis of conditioned sexual behavior, and the influence of testosterone on cognition and brain function. Krause began his teaching career as a doctoral candidate and continued to pursue this passion even during research appointments. His teaching includes courses in general psychology, learning and memory, and behavioral neuroscience. Krause is currently an associate professor of psychology at Southern Oregon University, where his focus is on teaching, writing, and supervising student research. He spends his spare time riding and racing his bike, cooking, reading, and enjoying Oregon's outdoors.
Dr. Daniel Corts received his B.S. in Psychology from Belmont University and his PhD in Experimental Psychology at the University of Tennessee in 1999. He completed a post-doctoral position at Furman University for one year where he focused on the teaching of psychology. Corts is now Associate Professor of Psychology at Augustana College in Rock Island, IL, where he has been for over 10 years. While in graduate school, he focused on language and gesture production. He has since branched out to explore intentional forgetting, and has also published in the area of college student development. Corts also likes to conduct research in just about any topic his students wish to explore. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his two children, traveling, camping, and cooking.
"About this title" may belong to another edition of this title.
Book Description Pearson College Div, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. pap/psc edition. 784 pages. 10.70x8.90x1.10 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 020598620X