Psychological Science: The Mind, Brain and Behavior

May 28, 2009

Authors: Michael Gazzaniga, Todd Heatherton and Diane Halpern

Edition: Third

Publisher: W.W. Norton

Pages: 709

Price: £36.99

ISBN 9780393933505

This text aims to give students a grounding in the key areas of psychology, including research methods, biological psychology, mind and consciousness, perception, learning, cognition, emotion, health, development and social and abnormal psychology. The text is supported by web resources for teachers and students.

Who is it for? Introductory psychology courses.

Presentation: Copiously illustrated, with chapter summaries, key terms, activities to promote critical thinking and practice tests.

Would you recommend it? This is a perfectly good text but one that is not distinctive in the UK market.

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