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2020.
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1 online resource
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THIS JUST IN! As of 3/20/20, in response to the novel coronavirus (covid-19), the College Board has decided to administer all 2020 exams online. You'll still be able to prep with this book! But for your best results, you'll want to modify what you're focusing on (both question types and content). Remember, everyone's in the same boat, so just do your best and keep practicing. You've got this! Head to your Online Student Tools page (access included with your book purchase) for more info from us on: • What the test changes will look like • What it will cover • How to use your book to prep for the adapted exam ******************************************* EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO SCORE A PERFECT 5. Ace the 2020 AP Psychology Exam with this comprehensive study guide—including 2 full-length practice tests with complete answer explanations, thorough content reviews, targeted exam strategies, and access to online extras. Techniques That Actually Work. • Tried-and-true strategies to help you avoid traps and beat the test • Tips for pacing yourself and guessing logically • Essential tactics to help you work smarter, not harder Everything You Need to Know to Help Achieve a High Score. • Comprehensive content review for all test topics • Up-to-date information on the 2020 AP® Psychology Exam • Useful lists of key terms in every content review chapter • Access to study plans, a handy list of key terms, helpful pre-college information, and more via your online Student Tools Practice Your Way to Excellence. • 2 full-length practice tests with complete answer explanations • Practice drills at the end of each content review chapter • Detailed step-by-step explanations of sample questions to help you create your personal pacing strategy • Online study guides to strategically plan out your AP Psychology prep Written by Princeton Review experts who know their way around bio , Cracking the AP Psychology Exam gives you the tools you need for the score you want. THIS JUST IN! As of 3/20/20, in response to the novel coronavirus (covid-19), the College Board has decided to administer all 2020 exams online. You'll still be able to prep with this book! But for your best results, you'll want to modify what you're focusing on (both question types and content). Remember, everyone's in the same boat, so just do your best and keep practicing. You've got this! Head to your Online Student Tools page (access included with your book purchase) for more info from us on: • What the test changes will look like • What it will cover • How to use your book to prep for the adapted exam *******************************************
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Electronic reproduction. New York : Princeton Review, 2020. Requires OverDrive Read (file size: N/A KB) or Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 15653 KB) or Kobo app or compatible Kobo device (file size: N/A KB) or Amazon Kindle (file size: N/A KB).
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ISBN/ISSN
9780525568711 (electronic bk)
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150.76 W
Edition
9th edition.
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xvii, 414 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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Includes index (pages 404-414).
"For 2020 & 2021 exams, comprehensive content review"--Cover.
Summary
"For more than 80 years, BARRON'S has been helping students achieve their goals. [This book] includes: three full-length practice tests including a diagnostic test; a review of all test topics, including research methods, the biological basis of behavior, and the treatment of disorders; fifteen additional multiple-choice practice questions for each unit with answer explanations; an analysis of the exam's essay section along with a sample essay."--Page [4] of cover.
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McEntarffer, Robert.
Title
AP psychology
Advanced placement psychology
ISBN/ISSN
9781506262086 (pbk.)
1506262082 (pbk.)
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155.7 P
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xv, 368 pages ; 18 cm
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Includes bibliographical references.
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"Originally published in French [©2018] as Psychologie de la connerie by Sciences Humaines Editions, Auxerre Cedex." -- Verso.
Summary
"Some of the world's smartest people explain stupidity, among them Daniel Kahneman, Dan Ariely, Alison Gopnik, Howard Gardner, Antonio Damasio, Aaron James, and Ryan Holiday. "We need books like this one." --Steven Pinker And so I proclaim, o idiots of every stripe and morons of all kinds, this is your moment of glory: this book speaks only to you. But you will not recognize yourselves... Stupidity is all around us, from the coworker who won't stop hitting "reply all" to the former high school classmate posting conspiracy theories on Facebook. But in order to battle idiocy, we must first understand it. In The Psychology of Stupidity, some of the world's leading psychologists and thinkers--including Nobel Prize winners and bestselling authors--will show you... -why smart people sometimes believe in utter nonsense; -how our lazy brains cause us to make the wrong decisions; -why trying to debate fools is a trap; -how media manipulation and Internet overstimulation make us dumber; -why the stupidest people don't think they're stupid. Their wisdom and wit are a balm for our aggrieved souls and a beacon of hope in a world of morons"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents
On stupidity: A warning / Jean-François Marmion -- The scientific study of idiots / Serge Ciccotti -- A taxonomy of morons / Jean-François Dortier -- A theory of assholes: A conversation with Aaron James -- From stupidity to hogwash / Pascal Engel -- To be human is to be easily fooled / Jean-François Marion -- Stupidity and cognitive bias / Ewa Drozda-Senkowska -- Thinking fast and slow: A conversation with Daniel Kahneman -- On stupidity in the brain / Pierre Lemarquis -- Intentional idiocy / Yves-Alexandre Thalmann -- When very smart people believe very dumb things / Brigitte Axelrad -- Why we find meaning in coincidences: A conversation with Nicolas Gauvrit -- Stupidity as logical delirium / Boris Cyrulnik -- The language of stupidity / Patrick Moreau -- Emotions don't (always) make us stupid: A conversation with Antonio Damasio -- Stupidity and narcissism / Jean Cottraux -- The biggest media manipulators: The media itself: A conversation with Ryan Holiday -- Stupid and evil social networks / François Jost -- The Internet: The death of intelligence? A conversation with Howard Gardner -- Stupidity and post-truth / Sebastian Dieguez -- The metamorphoses of nationalist folly / Pierre de Senarclens -- How can we fight collective error? / Claudie Bert -- We all consume like fools: A conversation with Dan Ariely -- The human: The animal that dares all / Laurent Bègue -- What can be done about assholes? / Emmanuelle Piquet -- Stupidity from the child's perspective: A conversation with Alison Gopnik -- Do we dream of stupidity? / Delphine Oudiette -- The worst stupidity is thinking you're smart: A conversation with Jean-Claude Carrière -- Making peace with your stupidity / Stacey Callahan -- Stupidity is the background noise of wisdom: A conversation with Tobie Nathan.
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Marmion, Jean-François.
Schillinger, Liesl.
ISBN/ISSN
9780143134992 (trade pbk.)
014313499X (trade pbk.)
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