Eleventh Edition   ©2019

Exploring Psychology

David G. Myers (Hope College) , C. Nathan DeWall (University of Kentucky)

  • ISBN-10: 1-319-10419-3; ISBN-13: 978-1-319-10419-1; Format: Paper Text, 832 pages

NEW “Thinking Critically About . . .” infographics appear in each chapter. In class testing, students have applauded this visual tool for thinking critically about key psychological concepts.

David Myers has also created new “Thinking Critically About . . .” Infographic Activities found in LaunchPad with assessment questions targeting higher Bloom’s taxonomy levels to teach and reinforce critical thinking.

View Sample Activity The Scientific Attitude: 

  Myers EP11e Infographic Activity


Thinking Critically About . . .infographics found in the new 11th edition include:  

  • The Scientific Attitude
  • Correlation and Causation
  • Using More Than 10 Percent of Our Brain
  • Tolerance and Addiction
  • Parenting Styles—Too Hard, Too Soft, Too Uncaring, and Just Right?
  • Gender Bias in the Workplace
  • Sexual Aggression
  • Subliminal Sensation and Subliminal Persuasion
  • The Effects of Viewing Media Violence
  • Can Memories of Childhood Sexual Abuse Be Repressed and Then Recovered?
  • The Fear Factor
  • Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Studies
  • The Challenges of Obesity and Weight Control
  • Lie Detection
  • Stress and Health
  • The Internet as Social Amplifier
  • The Stigma of Introversion
  • ADHD—Normal High Energy or Disordered Behavior?
  • Therapeutic Lifestyle Change