Real World Psychology
December 2013, ©2014
This text is an unbound, binder ready version.
With a combined total of 49 years teaching introductory psychology, authors Karen Huffman and Catherine A. Sanderson provide the latest up-to-date coverage and real world applications to core concepts in the teaching of psychology. Designed for introductory psychology courses, Real World Psychology is above all a brief book that works within the time constraints of todays' instructors and students. This first edition text allows readers to grasp the big picture in psychology without an abundance of supplementary details. Huffman and Sanderson tie each key concept to real-world, in-text examples that offer an incomparable window into not only ourselves, but also into the world and the people who sustain us.
Catering to the firm belief that brevity matters, this text cohesively covers key topics in introductory psychology while respecting both instructors and students’ time. The authors use their B (Brevity) and four C’s (Concise, Comprehensive, Comprehensible, and Convenient) system to turn “B” and “C” students into “A”s! Besides brief, this text is: