A Student's A-Z of Psychology
This collection of modular study units for first-level psychology students provides core information about specific topics with units that work independently of each other and can be interchanged or omitted as needed. It includes chapters on cognition, stress management, the human nervous system, interpersonal relationships, and personality.
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Consultation scenario for a psychological research project
Attributes of human groups
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