Angles on Applied Psychology

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Nelson Thornes, 2003 - Psychology - 522 pages
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Written by a team of outstanding authors in an accessible style, this new text offers a fresh approach to undergraduate freshman level Psychology. The user-friendly design offers a set of unique features including up-to-date research enhancing students' interest and learning with topical material.
 

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Contents

The biomedical model
11
The behavioural model
18
A The cognitive model of abnormality
28
Eating disorders
37
The humanistic model
44
The social model of abnormality
50
Conclusions
57
Psychological theories of schizophrenia
63
Friendship and play
224
Health psychology
240
Stress
258
Health promotion
281
Environmental psychology
308
behaviour
318
Environmental stress
326
Crowding and highdensity living
342

Depression
70
Anxiety
81
Criminal psychology
103
Social and media influences
141
Preventing crime and treating
156
Sports psychology
165
Motivation and sport
178
Social and physiological influences
188
Child psychology
200
deprivation
213
Changing behaviour to save
358
Methodology in psychology
372
Inferential statistics
427
Issues perspectives and debates
447
Social and moral issues in psychology
457
Debates within psychology
465
glossary
483
references
492
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Totton College

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