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CLEP tests are a quick way to earn college cr edits...you'll just have to invest the time to prepare for the test! Review the main elements of the subject and take the test yourself to see how well you do. An overview of test tips, a study plan, and an overview of the exam are also included. CLEP Introductory Logic covers introductory psychology, history & methods, biological bases of behavior, cognition, personality, and more. Two practice tests are also included (in the book and online) with detailed explanations of why correct answer is correct, and why the incorrect answers are incorrect. 201 pages, indexed, softcover.
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Research & Education Assoc.
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 10.00 X 6.68 (inches)|
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Don J. Sharpsteen is the recipient of the University of Missouri–Rolla College of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award. He received his doctorate in Social Psychology from the University of Denver in 1988. Dr. Sharpsteen has taught courses in social psychology, personality, motivation and emotion, developmental psychology, learning, psychoanalysis, evolutionary psychology, close relationships, research methods, and statistics.
His current research focuses on the cognitive representation of emotion knowledge and on the social psychological processes involved in gossip. His research has been published in a variety of psychology journals and edited books. He is currently an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Missouri–Rolla.