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This book uses an original approach, introducing students to areas of psychological theory and research, then encouraging them to cross-reference topics and study possible interrelationships. Each chapter includes a summary and suggestions for additional reading, and diagrams and photos make issues easier to follow and understand. It is aimed at AS and A Level psychology students, undergraduates and those on other courses with a psychology component.
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Richard Gross (as in 'Boss'), born last millennium, London, younger of two brothers. Graduated from Nottingham Uni (Psychology and Philosophy), Masters Degree from Leicester Uni (Sociology of Education and Mass Communications). Began teaching 1973. Success of first book, Psychology: The
Science of Mind and Behaviour (1987), made it possible to leave full-time teaching and focus on writing. Collaboration with Rob McIlveen from mid-1990s. Other professional activities include speaking at student conferences and working with AEB/AQA.
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