Kathleen Galotti's text led the way in emphasizing the applied side of cognitive psychology. The title of the book emphasizes its in and out of the laboratory focus, which includes cross-cultural, individual and gender differences, as well as cognitive development through adolescence. This coverage is very unique to Galotti's text, which shows readers both the importance and the personal relevance of understanding brain function. COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: IN AND OUT OF THE LABORATORY is perfect for instructors who like to supplement their primary text with readings from additional sources. Additional study aids, review questions, InfoTrac College Edition search terms and activities, and references to the CogLab Web site encourage students to get involved with the content-and help them understand even the most abstract concepts through hands-on practice and reinforcement.
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