ExamView (Volume I, Windows/Macintosh)
(ISBN-10: 053446291X | ISBN-13: 9780534462918)
Create, deliver, and customize tests and study guides (both print and online) in minutes with this easy-to-use assessment and tutorial system. ExamView offers both a Quick Test Wizard and an Online Test Wizard that guide you step-by-step through the process of creating tests, while its "what you see is what you get" interface allows you to see the test you are creating on the screen exactly as it will print or display online. You can build tests of up to 250 questions using up to 12 question types. Using ExamView’s complete word processing capabilities, you can enter an unlimited number of new questions or edit existing questions.
ExamView (Volume II, Windows/Macintosh)
(ISBN-10: 0534633048 | ISBN-13: 9780534633042)
Volume II (by Dan Bellack, Trident Technical College) comprises 90 additional multiple-choice questions, 10 fill-in-the-blank questions, 10 true/false questions, and 3 essay questions for each chapter of the book.
Test Bank (Volume I)
(ISBN-10: 0534462901 | ISBN-13: 9780534462901)
By Anne M. Cooper, St Petersburg Junior College. For each chapter of Rathus’s text, the Test Bank offers over 175 multiple-choice questions (including 5 questions covering content found on the Connections CD-ROM), more than 20 fill-in questions, 10 true/false questions, and 5 essay questions, along with answer keys with referenes to main text page numbers, learning objectives, difficulty level, and type of question. The Test Bank also includes a midterm and final exam, which each consists of 50 multiple-choice questions.
Instructor’s Resource Manual
(ISBN-10: 0534462898 | ISBN-13: 9780534462895)
By Cameron John, Utah Valley State College. Thoroughly revised and available in an easy to use 3-ring binder, this manual contains teaching tips, a sample syllabus, activities for the first day of class, an InfoTrac College Edition user guide, a substantially increased number of Web site listings (with brief descriptions), and a Resource Integration Guide that shows instructors chapter by chapter, where to use all the supplements Wadsworth offers. Each chapter contains learning objectives, detailed lecture outlines, concept charts, and a major section called "Ideas for Instruction" which includes lecture topics, classroom activities, and journal entry prompts. Many of these are tied to the Life Connections section of the text. In addition, there is one activity for every item listed in the Theme indexes on the back inside cover of the book.
Research in Action DVD Volume i, 1st Edition 2008
(ISBN-10: 0495595209 | ISBN-13: 9780495595205)
Research in Action features the work of research psychologists to give students an opportunity to learn about cutting-edge research--not just who is doing it, but also how it is done, and how and where the results are being used. By taking students into the laboratories of both established and up-and-coming researchers, and by showing research results being applied outside of the laboratory, these videos offer insight into both the research process and the many ways in which real people’s lives are affected by research in the fields of psychology and neuroscience.
CNN Today Video: Introductory Psychology, Volume V
(ISBN-10: 0534549055 | ISBN-13: 9780534549053)
Launch your lectures with riveting footage from CNN, the world’s leading 24-hour global news television network. These videos allow you to integrate the newsgathering and programming power of CNN into the classroom to show students the relevance of course topics to their everyday lives. Organized by topics covered in a typical course, these videos are divided into short segments, perfect for introducing key concepts. High interest clips are followed by questions designed to spark class discussion.
InfoTrac® College Edition Printed Access Card
(ISBN-10: 0534558534 | ISBN-13: 9780534558536)
This online research and learning center offers over 20 million full-text articles from nearly 6,000 scholarly and popular periodicals. The articles cover a broad spectrum of disciplines and topics--ideal for every type of researcher. Learn more at www.cengage.com/infotrac. (Access code/card required).
Challenging Your Preconceptions: Thinking Critically About Psychology
(ISBN-10: 0534267394 | ISBN-13: 9780534267391)
This supplement supports the development of critical-thinking skills necessary for success in the introductory psychology course. The chapter sequence mirrors the organization of the typical introductory psychology course. In the first chapter, the author identifies seven characteristics of critical thinkers, and in the following chapters he dissects a challenging issue in the discipline and models critical thinking for the reader. Each chapter concludes with an analysis of the process, exercises for the student, and extensive references. This useful volume supports the full semester of the course.
Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Introductory Psychology
(ISBN-10: 0534546536 | ISBN-13: 9780534546533)
With its 27 carefully selected cross-cultural articles, this book enriches the introductory psychology course, helping students to better understand the similarities and differences among the peoples of the world as they relate to psychological principles, concepts, and issues.
Psychology Digital Video Library 3.0 CD-ROM
(ISBN-10: 0495090638 | ISBN-13: 9780495090632)
With this CD-ROM, you have access to classic and contemporary video clips that will enliven your lectures. The CD-ROM offers over 100 clips featuring a broad range of materials such as classic footage of prominent psychologists and demonstrations and simulations of important experiments. A handbook that makes using the library fast and easy accompanies the Psychology Digital Video Library 3.0.