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I also would like to express my continuing appreciation to my students. They taught me what students want to know and inspired me to write the book. In addition, these individuals deserve special recognition: John Bryant, Sandy Harvey, Michelle Hernandez, Jordan Hertzog-Merino, Richard Hosey, Christine McLean, and Kandis Mutter. They provided careful editing of this text, library research, and a unique sense of what should and should not go into an introduction to psychology text. I sincerely appreciate their contributions.
The Try This Yourself exercise on page 137 shows how you can demonstrate this for yourself. The second unique feature is what I call Visual Quizzes. After watching many students open their books and turn immediately to the photos and cartoons, I wondered how I could use this natural interest to foster greater mastery and appreciation of important psychological concepts and terms. My answer? Turn these photos and cartoons into a form of assessment. Like the Try This Yourself exercises, the Visual Quizzes require active participation and provide a form of self-testing and assessment.