Posts filed under: Textbook Publishing

The Things We Do to Write Textbooks….

You’ve all probably seen and read about “the dress,” or the color constancy phenomenon than not only launched a viral reaction but promoted a special edition of The Journal of Vision. Of course, we are going to include this in our new […]

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Learning from Readers: Transillumination and Chun Guns

One of the amazing and fun things about having textbooks out there in this digital age is that you hear really interesting things from the professors and students using your books. In my email inbox today was a really nice […]

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Celebrating Psychology! #aps2012

We are celebrating the launching of our new textbook: “Discovering Psychology: the Science of Mind”! Great food and wonderful conversations punctuated Friday evening at the historic and picturesque Adler Planetarium. A wonderful time was had by all!

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intropsych on twitter @intropsych

To help launch John Cacioppo and my new textbook  “Discovering Psychology: the Science of Mind”,  I will be ‘tweeting’ and ‘re-tweeting’ blogs and news articles that I hope you find helpful. Psychology has much to offer our world and to […]

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readings in psychology for 17 march 2012

John Cacioppo’s and my new textbook! (Click on the picture to read more) Here is what I am reading today: cells phones and pregnancy “”This is the first experimental evidence that fetal exposure to radiofrequency radiation from cellular telephones does […]

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