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The Psychology Companion

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 392
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Macmillan Student Companions Series

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Paperback - 9780230008182

24 February 2009

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24 February 2009

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The one-stop guide to studying Psychology at degree level. This book provides a thorough introduction to psychology as a discipline and offers guidance on what to expect from the course. An ideal study tool, the Companion...

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The one-stop guide to studying Psychology at degree level. This book provides a thorough introduction to psychology as a discipline and offers guidance on what to expect from the course. An ideal study tool, the Companion includes advice on study skills, research methods, career pathways and helpful Psychology organisations.

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Containing the answers for all the most frequently asked questions at the start of a psychology degree

An invaluable reference tool throughout a psychology degree.?

Covers all the main divisions within the subject.

Very clearly and engagingly written in an accessible style
Clear visual presentation of material, with graphics to help portray data/theoretical ideas
Offers multiple access points and cross-referencing

PART 1: STUDYING PSYCHOLOGY Context of Psychology
Your Psychology Course
Study Skills for Psychology
PART 2: APPROACHES IN PSYCHOLOGY Ways of Looking at the Behaviour and Minds of People
Core Approaches
Other Approaches
PART 3: KEY TERMS AND CONCEPTS
PART 4: KEY THEORISTS AND STUDIES History and Philosophy of Psychology
Alphabetical List of Key Theorists and Studies
PART 5: RESEARCH METHODS Methodology and Ethical Issues
Key Terms and Concepts in Research Methods and Statistics
PART 6: CAREER PATHWAYS Further Study, Accreditation and Transferable Skills
Psychology-related Careers
PART 7: LEARNING RESOURCES Bibliography
Website References
Psychology Organisations and Institutions.
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BRIDGET ADAMS was, until recently, Principal Lecturer in Health Psychology at Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, UK. She is now a full time author and tutor. During her 20 years at BCUC she was responsible for developing and facilitating the psychology content of nursing courses and helping to establish the college-wide programme of study skills, academic tutoring and professional development. Her previous publications include Psychology for Health Care (Palgrave Macmillan, 1998) and ABC of Communication Studies (Nelson Thornes, 1999), both of which she co-authored. 
  

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BRIDGET ADAMS was, until recently, Principal Lecturer in Health Psychology at Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, UK. She is now a full time author and tutor. During her 20 years at BCUC she was responsible for developing and facilitating the psychology content of nursing courses and helping to establish the college-wide programme of study skills, academic tutoring and professional development. Her previous publications include Psychology for Health Care (Palgrave Macmillan, 1998) and ABC of Communication Studies (Nelson Thornes, 1999), both of which she co-authored. 
  

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