Drawing from the latest research and literature, Kalat's bestselling INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY teaches you how to evaluate the evidence to separate the plausible from the scientifically demonstrable -- helping you become a savvier consumer of information. Thoroughly updated, it includes expanded coverage of replicability and research misconduct, and revisits several classic topics in the light of new scholarly insight. "What's the Evidence" coverage reviews important studies, encouraging you to question the strengths and limitations of the evidence. Hands-on "Try It Yourself" activities allow you to personally experience numerous phenomena to help you remember them better. With his friendly writing style and many learning tools, Kalat puts you at ease and enables you to actively participate in what you are studying.