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Product NameBarron's Ap Psychology, 5th Edition (Barron's Ap Psychology Exam)
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AuthorRobert Mcentarffer, Allyson J. Weseley
Page Count400
BindingPaperback
Published02/01/2012
Features3 Full Length Page Practice Tests, Review chapters, Fabulous 15 List of Psuchologists most likely to appear on the exam
Long DescriptionThis updated manual offers detailed preparation for the AP Psychology exam with features that include: Three full-length exams--one diagnostic test and two full-length practice tests All test questions answered and explained A review of all AP test topics, including research methods, the biological basis of behavior, sensation and perception, states of consciousness, learning, cognition, personality, abnormal psychology, and treatment of disorders Fifteen additional multiple-choice practice questions for each unit with explained answers An analysis of the test's essay section with a sample annotated essay
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