DENNIS COON KNOWS HOW TO GUIDE YOU THROUGH YOUR FIRST INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY!
Filled with discussions of contemporary issues and the latest research, Dennis Coon's text will show you how psychology's key concepts can give you a new understanding of yourself and the world you live in.
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Section ending knowledge builders that function as mini-study guides
Chapter ending Psychology in Action features that relate psychological concepts to everyday life.
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With each edition, Dr. Coon has found ways to take his text to new standards of relevance, readability, and innovation. And year after year, professors across the country find Coon's text to be the most effective tool available for getting their students enthused about psychology and eager to learn more. The new Eighth Edition is no exception. On every page, you'll see how Coon's fascination with psychology and his delight in his students' curiosity, insights, and interests has helped shape a revision that is remarkable in every way. Every study aid, every boxed "Highlight," and every piece of art has been crafted with the goal of getting students actively engaged and involved with the material-to give them a book they can experience, not just read.
Each chapter includes the latest research and developments in the field of psychology. In this Eighth Edition, Dennis Coon presents psychology in a way students find fascinating, relevant, and above all, accessible. Built into every chapter are a number of features that help students grasp major concepts, develop a broad understanding of psychology's diversity, and see for themselves how psychology relates to the practical problems of everyday life.
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