Introducing Psychology: Brain, Person, GroupVersion 5.1 By: Stephen M. Kosslyn and Robin S. Rosenberg
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- Includes Information about COVID-19.
- Mainstream approach built around three levels of analysis (brain, person, group) that maps to the popular integrated approach to psychology.
- Unique partnership of key researcher and clinical psychologist provides balance of theory and practice.
- Includes standard learning aids, such as section-opening learning objectives, key takeaways, and summaries.
- Special high-interest features throughout like chapter-opening stories to provide thematic structure and real-life applications to engage students; “Think Like a Psychologist” to highlight critical thinking through questions and activities; “Looking at Levels” picks up on the book’s theme and focuses once per chapter on a key theory or psychological phenomenon to apply the three levels of analysis (brain, person, group).
Introducing Psychology: Brain, Person, Group is suitable for courses called Introduction to Psychology, Principles of Psychology, Survey of Psychology, or for any basic psychology course that provides an overview of the discipline. The course is generally taught at the undergraduate level at most two- and four-year colleges and universities.
Introducing Psychology: Brain, Person, Group presents psychology using levels of the brain, person, and social world to help students actively apply psychology to their lives. Examining psychological concepts from the levels of the brain (biological factors), the person (beliefs, desires, and feelings), and the world (social, cultural, and environmental factors) helps students organize and integrate topics within and across chapters—and readily see the relevance of psychology to their own lives. This comprehensive introduction to psychology both engages students and provides them with an integrated introduction to the field.
New in This Version
- Version 5.1 includes information about COVID-19 and the pandemic’s early impact upon many facets of human psychology such as memory, personality, stress and health, social cognition, and social behavior. This version also features updates to Chapter 13’s chapter story on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
- Reflects the recent updates to Version 5.0
- Includes machine-readable alt-text captions and captioned video links to support ready access by differently abled learners.
- Updated and rewritten to help students better understand key psychological terms, findings, theories, and concepts and their implications.
- Introduces new research, refreshes previous editions’ discussions, and provides more polished descriptions of key psychological principles in every chapter.
- Among the many new or expanded topics are: using psychology to encourage healthier behaviors; ethics coverage relating to torture and to neuroethics; impacts of head trauma; new research on the hippocampus; intellectual disabilities; lie detection and brain activity; genetic contributions to personality; adolescents and social media; microaggressions; impacts of social media posting activity; substance abuse; psychological disorders; PTSD treatments; evolving diagnosis criteria and DSM-5.
- Chapter 13: “Social Psychology: Meeting of the Minds” features a reconceived discussion of prejudice and stereotyping, a new chapter story on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle integrated throughout, and new material on current topics such as on online dating sites and snap judgments.
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