An Introduction to Psychological Science [Canadian Edition] by Mark Krause; Stephen Smith; Daniel Corts; Dan Dolderman

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How might this appeal lead to overly emotional thinking? 2. Can you identify assumptions or biases the manufacturer might have? 3. Do you have enough evidence to make a judgment about this product? 2 Learning Objectives After reading this module you should How Psychology Became a Science KNOW . . UNDERSTAND . . APPLY . . ANALYZE . . The key terminology of psychology’s history How various philosophical and scientific fields became major influences on psychology Your knowledge to distinguish among the different specializations in psychology How the philosophical ideas of empiricism and determinism are applied to human behaviour When we try to imagine the earliest investigations of human behaviour, we rarely think about axe wounds to the head.

We are very grateful that you shared your expertise in the field of psychology, and in teaching, to help bring this book to life. xxxv List of Reviewers Jeffrey Adams, Trent University Laura MacKay, Capilano University Jennifer Tomaszczyk, University of Waterloo George Alder, Simon Fraser University Stacey L. MacKinnon, University of Prince Edward Island Randal Tonks, Camosun College Stephanie Denison, University of Waterloo Jamal K. Mansour, Simon Fraser University Stephane Gaskin, Concordia University and Dawson College Geoffrey S.

To learn more about the Faculty Advisor Program, please contact your local Pearson representative. This layered approach promotes better critical thinking skills and helps students succeed in the course and beyond. For Instructors :: xxxiii ASSESSMENT MyPsychLab Simulations Online simulations help students understand scientific principles and practise through active learning. Over thirty experiments, inventories, and surveys are available through MyPsychLab. ca and follow the directions to register (or log in if you already have a Pearson user name and password).

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