Psychology in Modules - 12th Edition - by David G. Myers, C. Nathan DeWall - ISBN 9781319050610
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Psychology in Modules
12th Edition
David G. Myers, C. Nathan DeWall
Publisher: Worth Publishers
ISBN: 9781319050610

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Chapter 11 - Evolutionary Psychology: Understanding Human NatureChapter 12 - Culture, Gender, And Other Environmental InfluencesChapter 13 - Developmental Issue, Prenatal Development, And The NewbornChapter 14 - Infancy And ChildhoodChapter 15 - AdolescenceChapter 16 - AdulthoodChapter 17 - Basic Concepts Of Sensation And PerceptionChapter 18 - Vision: Sensory And Perceptual ProcessingChapter 19 - The Nonvisual SensesChapter 20 - Basic Learning Concepts And Classical ConditioningChapter 21 - Operant ConditioningChapter 22 - Biology, Cognition, And LearningChapter 23 - Studying And Encoding MemoriesChapter 24 - Storing And Retrieving MemoriesChapter 25 - Forgetting, Memory Construction, And Improving MemoryChapter 26 - ThinkingChapter 27 - Language And ThoughtChapter 28 - What Is Intelligence?Chapter 29 - Assessing IntelligenceChapter 30 - The Dynamics Of IntelligenceChapter 31 - Genetic And Environmental Influences On IntelligenceChapter 32 - Basic Motivational ConceptsChapter 33 - HungerChapter 34 - Sexual MotivationChapter 35 - Affiliation And AchievementChapter 36 - Introduction To EmotionChapter 37 - Expressing EmotionChapter 38 - Experiencing EmotionChapter 39 - Stress And IllnessChapter 40 - Health And CopingChapter 41 - Social ThinkingChapter 42 - Social InfluenceChapter 43 - Antisocial RelationsChapter 44 - Prosocial RelationsChapter 45 - Introduction To Personality And Psychodynamic TheoriesChapter 46 - Humanistic Theories And Trait TheoriesChapter 47 - Social-Cognitive Theories And The SelfChapter 48 - Introduction To Psychological DisordersChapter 49 - Anxiety Disorders, Ocd, And PtsdChapter 50 - Depressive Disorders, Bipolar Disorders, Suicide, And Self-InjuryChapter 51 - SchizophreniaChapter 52 - Dissociative, Personality, And Eating DisordersChapter 53 - Introduction To Therapy And The Psychological TherapiesChapter 54 - Evaluating PsychotherapiesChapter 55 - The Biomedical Therapies And Preventing Psychological DisordersChapter A - Psychology At Work

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