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Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior, 14/e

Carl L. Hart, NY State Psychiatric Institute
Charles Ksir, University of Wyoming - Laramie
Oakley Ray

ISBN: 0073380903
Copyright year: 2011

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A comprehensive package of supplementary materials designed to enhance teaching and learning is available with Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior.

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The following instructor resources are available for download from the Online Learning Center; to obtain a password to download these teaching tools, please contact your local sales representative.

Instructor's Manual: Organized by chapter, the Instructor's Manual includes, chapter outlines, key points, suggested class discussion questions and activities, and video suggestions.

Test Bank: Test bank questions are available as Word files and with the EZ Test computerized testing software. EZ Test provides a powerful, easy-to-use test maker to create printed quizzes and exams. For secure online testing, exams created in EZ Test can be exported to WebCT, Blackboard, and EZ Test Online. EZ Test comes with a Quick Start Guide, user's manual, and Flash tutorials.

Additional help is avail online at www.mhhe.com/eztest.

PowerPoint Slides: Updated with new art from the text, the PowerPoint slides include key lecture points and images from the text and other sources.

Image Bank: Contains over 200 images from the text and other sources.

Student resources on the free Online Learning Center include chapter objectives, glossary flashcards, self-correcting quizzes, Web activities, audio chapter summaries, links, and video clips. These clips feature student interviews on topics related to drugs, alcohol, and tobacco; critical thinking and self-reflection questions accompany each clip.

Classroom Performance Systems (CPS) brings interactivity into the classroom or lecture hall with “clickers.” Instructors can get immediate feedback on polling or quiz questions from the entire class using this system. Questions for each chapter are included on the Drugs, Society and Human Behavior Online Learning Center.

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