Psychology: A Concise Introduction
The most affordable introductory psychology textbook in the market. Psychology: A Concise Introduction explores the broad territory of the introductory psychology course while answering the growing need for a shorter, less expensive book. At less than half the price of a standard textbook, it offers an affordable alternative. A built-in Study Guide, written by the author, offers a practical suite of learning aids that foster review and self-assessment without the expense of a separate guide.
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