Description - Introductory Psychology by Ann Birch
This work is suitable for those embarking on the study of psychology for the first time. It is divided into eight parts covering: historical background, issues and controversies in psychology; cognitive psychology; animal behaviour; human development; social psychology; personality and atypical behaviour; and research methods. The text features chapter objectives, chapter summaries, self-assessment questions, on-page glossary definitions and further reading lists to help consolidate students' learning.
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(246mm x 189mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Ann Birch
TONY MALIM has taught A level Psychology and teacher education courses since 1972. He was formerly Head of the School of Social Sciences at Weston College and has been a course tutor at the Open University.ANN BIRCH was formerly Head of Psychology at Weston-super-Mare College. She was formerly Special Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Bristol and part-time tutor in Psychology and Teacher Education at Weston College.