GRE Psychology

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Simon & Schuster, 2003 - Study Aids - 466 pages
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Are You Ready for the GRE(R) Psychology Exam?

Kaplan's "GRE(R) Psychology" comes complete with a targeted review of the psychology you'll see on the exam plus Kaplan's highly effective test-taking strategies. With this powerful combination, Kaplan's "GRE(R) Psychology" will help you get the score you need to get into the top psychology graduate programs. You will score higher. We guarantee it.

Intensive Psychology Review

- Comprehensive review covering social psychology, developmental psychology, personality, abnormal psychology, physiological psychology, sensation and perception, learning and ethology, cognitive psychology, research design, statistics, and tests.

- Practice sets for each section with a detailed explanation for every answer.

- Key names and terminology highlighted throughout the text.

- Extensive psychology glossary.

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About the author (2003)

Michael Palmer was born in New York City in 1943. The recipient of many awards including two grants from the NEA, and a Guggenheim Fellowship, he won the 2001 Shelley Memorial Prize. He is often published in such magazines as Conjunctions, The Chicago Review, Fulcrum, and New American Writing. Palmer's work has been translated into over twenty-five languages. He presently lives in San Francisco, California.

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