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This study guide is designed to help students work through the textbook, Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behaviour, at their own pace. Including multiple choice and self-assessment questions, lists of key terms and concepts, schematic summaries of topics as well as tips on exam techniques and writing essays, it helps students throughout their course and with revision.
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Well, those of us brought up on early editions of this classic book will be astonished by the new edition. It is, honestly, fantastic! The layout is new, with loads of classic and also up-to-date studies; the illustrations are great and the whole feel is so user-friendly. It's an excellent reference tome, a real asset - and no, they haven't paid us to say this. The content is fantastic, and the useful summaries, talking points, key studies and chapter summaries are all so good. (Association of Teachers of Psychology Newsletter 2001-09-01)About the Author:
Richard Gross holds degrees in Psychology & Philosophy and the Sociology of Education & Mass Communications. Following a career in teaching, the runaway success of his first book, Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behaviour, made it possible for him to switch direction and focus on writing. His other best-selling books include Themes, Issues and Debates in Psychology, Key Studies in Psychology, AQA(A) Psychology for A2 and Psychology for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals. Richard speaks often at student and teacher conferences. In his spare time he is almost as devoted a Spurs fan as he is a husband and father of two daughters.
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