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A2 Psychology: Key Topics Paperback – 17 Apr 2003


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Michael W. Eysenck is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London and Professorial Fellow at Roehampton University. He is the author of more than 40 books on psychology including research monographs and numerous textbooks. Among his recent best-selling books are Fundamentals of Cognition (2006), Memory (with Alan Baddeley and Michael Anderson) (2009), Fundamentals of Psychology (2009), and Cognitive Psychology: A Student's Handbook (2010).

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'This is an excellent resource for both students and teachers, especially useful alongside the A2 Key Topics revision guide. The information is clear and the approach is very student friendly, and of course it ties in so well with the demands of the specification. This book makes teaching or studying psychology really organised and easy to plan, following a unique Key Topics approach.' - Evie Bentley, Haywards Heath College 'Key Topics in A2 Psychology not only provides students with an essential framework for these topics, it also helps them to focus on the key concepts and issues needed to write coherent essays.' - Roz Brody, Brighton, Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College (BHASVIC)

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