This textbook provides a comprehensive account of psychology for all those with little or no previous knowledge of the subject. It covers the main areas of psychology, including social psychology, developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, personality, intelligence, and biological psychology.; Each chapter contains definitions of key terms, together with several multiple-choice questions and answers, and semi- structured essay questions. In addition, every chapter contains a qPersonal Viewpointq section, which encourages the reader to compare his or her views on psychology with the relevant findings of psychologists. The last chapter is devoted to study skills, and provides numerous practical hints for readers who want to study more effectively.Start by breaking down the stages involved in project preparation or essay writing into smaller units (e.g., finding suitable books, devising a plan) that directly address the title. Then move on to notetaking. A common experience is that it isanbsp;...
|Author||:||Michael W. Eysenck|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2002|