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Psychology 7e Cover Psychology
Seventh Edition

Douglas A. Bernstein - University of South Florida and University of Southampton
Louis A. Penner - University of South Florida
Alison Clarke-Stewart - University of California, Irvine
Edward J. Roy - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign



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Chapter Review
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Tabbing Guides
Behavioral Genetics and Evolutionary Psychology
Sociocultural Variables
Recent Research Citations
Multimedia Presentation Tools
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Instructor's Resource Manual Art
Lecture Starter Video Guide
Video Guide

Instructional Strategies
Transition Guide
Media Guide
Instructor's Resource Manual
Teaching Tips
Psych In Film Teaching Tips
Implementing Active Learning
Encouraging Critical Thinking

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Course Management & Assessment Tools
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Eduspace® powered by BlackboardThis powerful classroom management system brings customizable Houghton Mifflin content and interactive communication tools to any classroom—traditional, online, or hybrid. More Information about Eduspace and our 60-day trial.

CRS - Classroom Response System (CRS) offer you a dynamic way to facilitate interactive learning with your students. A CRS allows you to perform "on-the-spot" assessments, deliver quick quizzes, gauge your students’ understanding of a particular question or concept, and take your class roster easily. Use Houghton Mifflin’s text-specific slides to pose multiple-choice questions to your students and challenge them to answer using their wireless "clickers."
CRS Powerpoint Slides
Use these PowerPoint slides with your Classroom Response System. You can use these questions in combination with those questions that students have not seen to motivate students in studying before class.

Syllabus Guide
Promoting Writing Across the Curriculum
Supplemental Chapter Activities and Handouts