Psychology: Themes and Variations 6th Canadian Edition

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Download Psychology: Themes and Variations 6th Canadian Edition written by Doug McCann, Wayne Weiten, Deborah Hunt Matheson in PDF format. This book is under the category Psychology and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 0176903046/9780176903046. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Doug McCann, Wayne Weiten, Deborah Hunt Matheson

file-type

PDF

isbn13

9780176903046

language

English

publisher

Cengage


Book Description

The sixth Canadian edition of Psychology: Themes and Variations maintains its hallmark strengths while addressing recent changes in the field, including references to almost 1,000 new articles and scholarly works. Engaging, relevant narrative frames contemporary examples that will capture and maintain the attention of anyone studying psychology in Canada. The text continues to provide a unique survey of psychology that meets three goals: to demonstrate the unity and diversity of psychology’s subject matter, to illuminate the research process and its link to application, and to make the material challenging and thought-provoking yet easy to learn. Weiten, McCann, and Hunt Matheson deliver a successful balance of scientific authoritativeness and a student-friendly approach through the integration of seven unifying themes, an unparalleled didactic art program, real-life examples, and a streamlined set of learning aids that help students see beyond research to big-picture concepts.

Additional information

book-author

Doug McCann, Wayne Weiten, Deborah Hunt Matheson

file-type

PDF

isbn13

9780176903046

language

English

publisher

Cengage

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