A Student's Dictionary of Psychology

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Arnold, 2003 - Psychology - 319 pages
This brand new edition of A Student's Dictionary of Psychology is the biggest and best yet. Previous editions of the book have been widely praised for the clear and concise entries introducing key concepts from all areas of psychology. This fourth edition not only contains over 200 new entries, but the new user-friendly design and thorough cross-referencing mean it's even easier to find exactly what you're looking for.

Key features include:

-Fully updated text reflecting new research and developments in the study of psychology.

-New entries covering key areas of Applied Psychology.

-Mini-biographies of key psychologists.

This book should be a staple on every student's bookshelf, and provides a great reference point for students and practitioners in related subject areas.

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About the author (2003)

Nicky Hayes is an experienced lecturer and has written several bestselling psychology textbooks.

Peter Stratton is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Leeds.

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