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Evolutionary Psychology Psychology of Gender
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Human Sexuality Psychology of Women
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Understanding Close Relationships, 1/e

Susan S. Hendrick
Texas Tech University

Uses illustrative stories that serve as case examples and make research and theory come alive for the reader.
©2004 | 0-205-34985-4
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Chapter 6 (pdf)
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Motivation: Biological, Psychological, and Environmental, 2/e
Lambert Deckers
Ball State University
Combines classic studies with current research, while promoting the idea that motivation stems from physiological states, psychological motives, and environmental incentives and goals.
©2005 | 0-205-40455-3
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Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of the Mind, 2/e
David Buss
University of Texas, Austin
The premier and original text for the burgeoning field of evolutionary psychology.
©2004 | 0-205-37071-3
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Chapter 3 (pdf)
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The Functional Mind: Readings in Evolutionary Psychology, 1/e

Douglas T. Kenrick, Arizona State Univ.
Carol L. Luce, Arizona State Univ.

This multimedia tool guides students through the process of human growth and development using videos, animations, and audio clips and interactive pedagogy and quizzes.
©2004 | 0-205-34409-7
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Chapter 10 (pdf)
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Group Processes: A Developmental Perspective, 2/e
Susan A. Wheelan
GDQ Associates, Inc.
An accessible, research-based text on how groups develop and function stressing how knowledge of group development can be applied to work groups, therapy groups, learning groups, and many others.
©2005 | 0-205-41201-7
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Preface (pdf)
Chapter 13 (pdf)
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Understanding Close Relationships, 1/e

Susan S. Hendrick
Texas Tech University

Uses illustrative stories that serve as case examples and make research and theory come alive for the reader.
©2004 | 0-205-34985-4
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Preface (pdf)
Chapter 6 (pdf)
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Gender: Psychological Perspectives, 4/e
Linda Brannon
McNeese State University
Examines the behavior, biology, and social context in which both women and men function.
©2005 | 0-205-40457-X
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Engendering Psychology: Women and Gender Revisited, 2/e
Florence L. Denmark, Pace University
Vita Carulli Rabinowitz, Hunter College
of the City University of New York
Jeri A. Sechzer, Pace University
Explores the concept of gender as a social construction, across the lines of race, ethnicity, class, age, and sexual orientation.
©2005 | 0-205-40456-1
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The Psychology of Women: A Lifespan Perspective, 2/e
Claire Etaugh, Bradley University
Judith S. Bridges, University of Connecticut
Recognizing that a woman's experiences change as she ages, this text draws on a rich blend of classic and contemporary research to present a broad range of issues relevant to girls and women throughout their lifespan.
©2004 | 0-205-38140-5
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Even the Rat Was White: A Historical View of Psychology (Allyn & Bacon Classics Edition), 2/e
Robert V. Guthrie
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
The classic edition of this text presents a history of prejudice within the field of Social Psychology—now at a more affordable cost!
©2004 | 0-205-39264-4
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Gender: Psychological Perspectives, 4/e
Linda Brannon
McNeese State University
Examines the behavior, biology, and social context in which both women and men function.
©2005 | 0-205-40457-X
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Preface (pdf)
Chapter 7 (pdf)
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Psychology of Women, The: A Lifespan Perspective, 2/e
Claire Etaugh, Bradley University
Judith S. Bridges, University of Connecticut
Recognizing that a woman's experiences change as she ages, this text draws on a rich blend of classic and contemporary research to present a broad range of issues relevant to girls and women throughout their lifespan.
©2004 | 0-205-38140-5
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Preface (pdf)
Chapter 3 (pdf)
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