Clep(r) Introductory Psychology Book + Online (CLEP Test Preparation) (Paperback)
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Don J. Sharpsteen, Ph.D., is president and chief creative officer of BrazenThinking LLC, which markets video textbooks for college psychology courses. Hewas formerly Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Missouri-Rolla (now the Missouri University of Science and Technology). Dr. Sharpsteen is a recipient of the UMR College of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award. His three decades of teaching spans a wide range of subjects, including social psychology, personality, motivation and emotion, developmental psychology, learning, psychoanalysis, evolutionary psychology, close relationships, research methods, and statistics. His research has focused on the cognitive representation of emotion knowledge and on the social psychological processes involved in gossip.