by Daniel Schacter, Daniel Gilbert, Daniel Wegner and Bruce Hood
What lecturers are saying
This is a must-have core textbook for any student studying psychology at an undergraduate level. The authors give a contemporary perspective on key psychological theory and debates within psychology. For this reason, students will definitely enjoy reading the scenarios talked about in this book. The book effortlessly explains everyday phenomenon by using psychological theory and research which enables students to think critically and apply research and theory to understanding human behaviour. -Jagjeet Jutley-Neilson, Birmingham City University, UK
Well thought out, nicely structured, and entertaining! This book is full of learning enhancing features, such as the Hot Science boxes providing fast insights into up-to-date research; a nice touch! -Stephan Baraldi, Stockholm University, Sweden
A clearly written, informative and fun introductory text! The authors navigate the reader through both classic and contemporary material with ease providing a solid foundation for any Psychology degree. -Dan Clark, Liverpool Hope University, UK.
I really liked this book. It was detailed and visually appealing and easy to understand and read, which is what students at first year level need. -Natalie Donaldson, Rhodes University, South Africa