Psychology: An Introduction has been successful across seven editions for three reasons. (1) The text is designed and written based on how people learn information: people learn best from books when you tell them what they are going to learn, teach the information to them, and then tell them what they have learned. (2) Information is accurate. (3) The writing style is clear and personal, not pompous. Students understand and can enjoy the information presented in the text. This edition marks the introduction of visual reviews, increased technology utilization, and a new section on study skills. All this adds up to a text that presents psychology in a way that teachers can trust and that students can learn.Chapter Overview Sensation refers to the ability of the sense organs to receive messages from the outside world, while perception refers to the ability to organize and interpret ... The outer ear collects sound waves, which vibrate the eardrum.
|Title||:||Student Study Guide for Use with Lahey Psychology|
|Author||:||Benjamin B Lahey|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages - 2003-03-27|