Item description for Psychology (Cliffs Quick Review) by Theo Sonderegger...
CliffsQuickReview course guides cover the essentials of your toughest classes. Get a firm grip on core concepts and key material, and test your newfound knowledge with review questions.
Whether you're new to the science of behavior and mental processes or just brushing up on a favorite old subject, "CliffsQuickReview Psychology" can help. This guide helps you understand the human brain. Inside, you'll find out aboutThe history of psychologyResearch methodsDevelopmental psychologyBiological bases of behaviorPerceptionSensation
"CliffsQuickReview Psychology" is an invaluable reference for those who want to understand complex psychological processes, including environmental factors, processing thoughts, and memory. Here are just a few of more things you'll learn about: SleepEmotionsBehavior modificationNature and nurturePersonalityAbnormal psychology
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Studio: Cliffs Notes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Nov 3, 2014
Publisher Cliffs Notes
ISBN 0822053276 ISBN13 9780822053279
Reviews - What do customers think about Psychology (Cliffs Quick Review)?
used psychology self help books Nov 10, 2007
Arrived in good time. The book was described accurately...it was a used book and perfectly suitable to my needs.
Good enough overview Jan 14, 2004
The Cliffs Quick Review serves as an outline, overview, and collection of general information that you might encounter in an Intro/General Psychology class. Other such discipline overviews, such as the Dummies guide, aren't as scholastic, and tend to cater more to Pop Psychology - or people who want to find answers to what's wrong with them.
It covers the basics of: -Research Methods, Behavioral, sensation, perception, consciousness, learning, motivation, emotions, stress and health, Developmental, Personality, Abnormal, treatments, Social, intelligence, memory, Cognitive, language, and diversity; and a brief (useless) statistics section.
It would have been more useful if it delved specifically into the subdisciplines (noticeably lacking are Industrial/Org, Psychiatry, Educational.. Also, in some places, all information isn't given, but rather a representative sample of information in that category. In favor of brevity, it lacks concrete examples.