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Biopsychology

Physiological Psychology

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 236
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Introductory Psychology Series

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Paperback - 9780333646137

04 November 1996

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Ebook - 9781349138852

11 November 1997

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Biopsychology provides an examination of the human physiological mechanisms and structures and the influence that these have over the thoughts and behaviours of the individual. In addition, it discusses the influence of the...

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Biopsychology provides an examination of the human physiological mechanisms and structures and the influence that these have over the thoughts and behaviours of the individual. In addition, it discusses the influence of the mind over the body. The text is well-illustrated and clearly presents the student with topics covered by A-level syllabuses.

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Introducing Biopsychology Sensory Systems
The Nervous System and Behaviour
The Endocrine System
Motivation and Emotion Stress and Anxiety Altered States of Consciousness
Epilogue.

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DR SHEILA HAYWARD is a Chartered Psychologist, and works as a Research Associate and Project Manager at the Centre for Occupational and Health Research Unit, at Cardiff University, Wales. She previously taught A level Psychology for 12 years and was an assistant examiner and coursework moderator for AEB Psychology A level.

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DR SHEILA HAYWARD is a Chartered Psychologist, and works as a Research Associate and Project Manager at the Centre for Occupational and Health Research Unit, at Cardiff University, Wales. She previously taught A level Psychology for 12 years and was an assistant examiner and coursework moderator for AEB Psychology A level.

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