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This is a list of topics identified as core concepts in a broad range of introductory textbooks in psychology examined by Derrick L. Proctor and Alisa M. E. Williams of Andrews University in 2006. [1]

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  1. Proctor, D.L., & Williams, A.M.E. (2006). Frequently cited concepts in current introductory psychology textbooks. Galveston, TX: Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology. Full text

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