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Red Globe Press | Paperback: 9781352004830 | Ebook: 9781352004847 | October 2019 | £48.99

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Brand new resources to engage your students

New features in this edition include Happiness Hacks, offering students practical, research-driven ways to boost their own mental wellbeing and Cross Cultural Comparisons, exploring psychological perspectives from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds.

The companion website includes a wealth of resources to support teaching and learning including discussion topics, videos, PowerPoint slides and multiple choice questions.

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An excellent introduction that tickles the curiosity with surprising findings and funny anecdotes. - Arie van der Lugt, Maastricht University, the Netherlands

Daniel Schacter

Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, USA. He is the author of Searching for Memory and The Seven Sins of Memory, both winners of the APA's William James Book Award.

Daniel Gilbert

Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, USA. His awards include the Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and the American Psychological Association's Distinguished Scientific Award for an Early Career Contribution to Psychology.

Daniel Wegner

Late Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, USA. Author of White Bears and Other Unwanted Thoughts and The Illusion of Conscious Will, he was also a member of the Board of Reviewing Editors for Science magazine.

Bruce Hood

Professor of Developmental Psychology in Society at the University of Bristol, UK. Bruce has appeared in numerous TV documentaries and in 2011 he delivered the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures which were broadcast on the BBC to over 4 million viewers.