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Essential Psychology

The Essential Psychology series bridges the gap between simple introductory texts aimed at pre-university students and higher level textbooks for advanced undergraduates. Each volume in the series provides concise, up-to-date descriptions of the major areas of psychology for first year undergraduates and students taking psychology as a supplement to courses in other disciplines. The authors are acknowledged experts in the field and explain the basics carefully and engagingly but without the over-simplification often found in introductory textbooks.

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  1. Essential Biological Psychology

    By G Neil Martin, G Neil Martin

    Series: Essential Psychology

    The Essential Psychology Series bridges the gap between simple introductory texts aimed at pre-university students and higher level textbooks for upper level undergraduates. Each volume in the series is designed to provide concise yet up-to-date descriptions of the major areas of psychology for...

    Published May 29th 2003 by Routledge

  2. Essential Personality

    By Donald Pennington

    Series: Essential Psychology

    'Essential Personality' provides a clear, accessible and systematic introduction to the major theoretical approaches for the understanding of human personality. This introductory book assumes no prior knowledge of this core area in psychology and is written for students studying personality for...

    Published January 30th 2003 by Routledge

  3. Essential Health Psychology

    By Mark Forshaw

    Series: Essential Psychology

    The Essential Psychology Series bridges the gap between simple introductory texts aimed at pre-university studetns and higher level textbooks for upper level undergraduates. Each volume in the series is designed to provide concise yet up-to-date descriptions of the major areas of psychology for...

    Published February 28th 2002 by Routledge

  4. Essential Behaviour Analysis

    By Julian Leslie

    Series: Essential Psychology

    Since the so-called 'cognitive revolution' in psychology in the 1960s, it has often been said that 'behaviourism is dead'. This book demonstrates why this is not the case and how the behavioural approach has continued to flourish.Leslie begins by summarising the behavioural approach to psychology...

    Published February 28th 2002 by Routledge

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