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MAKING PSYCHOLOGY FUN AND RELEVANTHelp students relate psychology topics to their own lives

MAKING PSYCHOLOGY FUN AND RELEVANT

Encouraging active involvement, these reproducible exercises introduce topics in psychology by asking students to relate these topics to their own lives. Each volume includes individual and whole-class activities. Volume 1 covers communication, operant conditioning, peer pressure, and intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Volume 2 looks at stress, risk taking, romantic love, self-esteem, interpersonal attraction, friendship, pleasure and happiness, and defense mechanisms. Volume 3 topics include learning and memory, sex roles, attitude, religion, and morality. Volume 4 topics include motivation, the drive to succeed, anger, reinforcement, and sleep and performance. Volume 5 topics include perceptions of aging, abnormal behavior, the concept of “flow,” personality, and communication. Grades 7–12. 8½" x 11". Robert B. Leach Books.
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BP238-WBSSS COMPLETE SET: 6 reproducible activity books $139.62

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