Biological Psychology

May 22, 2008

Authors S. Marc Breedlove, Mark R. Rosenzweig and Neil V. Watson. Edition Fifth. Publisher Sinauer Associates. Pages 610. Price £41.99. ISBN 9780878937059.

Claiming to build on the strengths of its predecessors, the authors continue to offer a tried and tested text that offers a broad perspective with lucid descriptions and helpful supplementary material. A good all-rounder.

Who is it for? Lovers of companion web-based support.

Presentation - Classic North American style.

Would you recommend it? Only when the leading textbook in the field ceases to exist.

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