Margaret W. Matlin – The Psychology of Women (7’th Edition)
Margaret W. Matlin – The Psychology of Women PDF Download
Margaret W. Matlin earned her bachelor’s degree from Stanford University and her PhD from the University of Michigan. She holds the title of Distinguished Teaching Professor at SUNY Geneseo, where she has taught courses in the Psychology of Women for 36 years. Dr. Matlin is a well-known textbook author. In addition to The Psychology of Women, she is also the author of Cognition, 7th edition, and the coauthor (with Hugh J. Foley) of Sensation and Perception, 5th edition.
Dr. Matlin received the State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1977. She has also won three national teaching awards: the American Psychological Association Teaching Award for 4-year institution in 1985, the American Psychological Foundation’s Distinguished Teaching Award in 1995, and the Society for the Psychology of Women’s Heritage Award in 2001, for lifetime contributions to the teaching
of the psychology of women. In addition, she is the editor of the Teaching the Psychology of Women articles in The Psychology of Women Quarterly.
About The Margaret W. Matlin – The Psychology of Women PDF
The author began writing the first edition of Psychology of Women in 1983. At that time, she had taught her course on the psychology of women for 9 years. One of the author’s goal writing the first edition of Psychology of Women was to demonstrate how the empirical research about women and gender often contradicts popular opinion. The second goal was to include women’s descriptions of their experiences and thoughts.
Here are the contents of Margaret W. Matlin – The Psychology of Women PDF Download :
2. Gender Stereotypes and Other Gender Biases
3. Infancy and Childhood
5. Gender Comparisons in Cognitive Abilities and Attitudes About Achievements
6. Gender Comparisons in Social and Personality Characteristics
7. Women and Work
8. Love Relationships
10. Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Motherhood
11. Women and Physical Health
12. Women and Psychological Disorders
13. Violence Against Women
14. Women and Older Adulthood
15. Moving Onward