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The Worth Expert Guide to Scientific Literacy


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Chapter 1 Thinking Like Psychological Scientists.- Chapter 2 Scientific Literacy-Separating Sense From Nonsense.- Chapter 3 Let's Be Reasonable: Evaluating Arguments and Evidence.- Chapter 4 Understanding the Numbers.- Chapter 5 Measurement: What the Numbers Do-And Don't-Tell You.- Chapter 6 Things We Know that Ain't So: Myth & Misconception in Psychological Science and Everyday Life.- Chapter 7 Integrity and Psychological Thought: Values and Why We Believe.- Chapter 8 Why Do They Do That? Using Psychological Science to Understand Social Behavior.- Chapter 9 The Good Life: Psychological Science and Everyday Living.- Chapter 10 Reflections on Thinking Like a Psychological Scientist.

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Ken Keith is Professor Emeritus of Psychological Sciences at the University of San Diego, where he has taught courses in introductory psychology, cross-cultural psychology, and research methods. Bernard (Barney) Beins is Professor of Psychology at Ithaca College, where he has taught since 1986. His teaching focuses on the development of critical thinking skills in his students.

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