Essential psychology / (Record no. 25149)

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020 ## - INTERNATIONAL STANDARD BOOK NUMBER
International Standard Book Number 9781446274811
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International Standard Book Number 9781446274828 (pbk.)
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International Standard Book Number 9781446274811 (hardcover)
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Language English
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Title Essential psychology /
Statement of responsibility, etc Philip Banyard, Gayle Dillon, Christine Norman & Belinda Winder.
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Edition statement 2nd edition.
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Extent x, 588 pages :
Other physical details color illustrations ;
Dimensions 28 cm
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General note Essential Psychology returns for a second edition with a vivid narrative writing style for undergraduates, features designed to stimulate critical thinking and inspire students to learn independently, and an expanded companion website full of useful resources for lecturers and students. This comprehensive introductory text is relevant for both the specialist and non-specialist psychology student, challenging those who studied psychology before university while remaining accessible to those who did not.<br/><br/><br/>The 2nd edition:<br/><br/><br/><br/><br/>Gives students a firm foundation in all areas covered on accredited British Psychological Society degree courses <br/>Includes new chapters on psychopathology, research methods, language, motivation and emotion, lifespan development, health psychology, forensic psychology and critical social psychology <br/>Relates theory to the real world to help students think about where they will employ their degree after undergraduate study <br/>Comes with a SAGE edge companion website with a suite of resources to enhance the learning experience (https://edge.sagepub.com/banyard2e)
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Contents PART I: The Foundations of Modern Psychology: What We Know About Human Beings<br/>Chapter 1: Once Upon a Time...The Evolution of Human Behaviour<br/>Chapter 2: How Psychology Became a Science<br/>Chapter 3: Issues and Debates in Psychology<br/>Chapter 4: Doing Psychological Research<br/>PART II: Cognitive Psychology: How We Think and Make Sense of the World<br/>Chapter 5: Memory<br/>Chapter 6: An Introduction to Sensation, Perception and Attention<br/>Chapter 7: Thinking and Problem Solving<br/>Chapter 8: Language<br/>PART III: Biological Psychology: How Our Brains Affect Our Behaviour<br/>Chapter 9: The Human Nervous System: Functional Anatomy<br/>Chapter 10: Communication within the Brain<br/>Chapter 11: Brain and Behaviour: Sex Differences<br/>Chapter 12: Motivation and Emotion<br/>PART IV: Social Psychology: How We Interact with Each Other<br/>Chapter 13: Behaviour within Groups<br/>Chapter 14: Behaviour between Groups<br/>Chapter 15: Social Judgements and Behaviour<br/>Chapter 16: Critical Social Psychology<br/>PART V: Developmental Psychology: How We Grow and Change<br/>Chapter 17: Development during the Early Years<br/>Chapter 18: Development during the School Years<br/>Chapter 19: Atypical Child Development<br/>Chapter 20: Adolescence, Adulthood and Ageing<br/>PART VI: The Psychology of Individual Differences: How We Know and Measure Our Individuality<br/>Chapter 21: Personality<br/>Chapter 22: Intelligence: Measuring the Mind<br/>Chapter 23: Self<br/>PART VII: Applied Psychology: How We Use Psychology<br/>Chapter 24: Psychopathology: Theories and Causes<br/>Chapter 25: Psychological Interventions<br/>Chapter 26: Health Psychology<br/>Chapter 27: Forensic Psychology
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Psychology.
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Personal name Banyard, Philip,
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Bibliography, etc Includes bibliographical references (pages 525-572) and index.
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Dates associated with a name 1953-
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&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Non-fiction CUTN Central Library CUTN Central Library Philosophy & psychology 2018-06-19 150 BAN 32541 2018-06-19 2018-06-19 General Books

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