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This title offers a comprehensive and up-to-date presentation of the processes by which biological systems, most notably the nervous system, affect behaviour. A fantastic art program, an applauded accessible writing style and a host of pedagogical features - including chapter-opening vignettes, real world examples, applications sections, and frequent summaries - make the text relevant to the lives of the students taking biological psychology. Lecturer and student supplements are available.
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This clearly and concisely written book provides a general introduction to the interaction of biological systems and behavior. The author assumes the reader has little or no neuroscience background and includes carefully chosen learning aids which allow the reader to make the connection between his own experiences and what physiology determines them. For anyone needing a solid introduction to biological systems and behavior.About the Author:
STEVE KLEIN is Professor and Head of the Department of Psychology at Mississippi State University, USA. He has written numerous articles on the biological basis of learning and memory and is the author of six other textbooks. B. MICHAEL THORNE is Professor Emeritus in the Psychology Department at Mississippi State University, USA. He has published numerous articles on biological psychology, history of psychology, and teaching of psychology and is the senior author of two other textbooks.
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