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Finding books in the Library
These are the main shelf marks/classification numbers for books on psychology. If you are unsure where to find a specific title you can always ask at the Library Information Desk or search the Library Catalogue.
|Maths for Psychology
|Memory & Learning
|Research Methods for Psychology
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If all copies of a textbook are on loan you can place a reservation, or there may be a copy available online as an e-book.
If the book or journal article is not available from the library you can ask for an inter-library loan.
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You can then find out the following information:
- where the book is - the shelf mark;
- how long the book can be borrowed for;
- and whether a book is on the shelf or out on loan.
Aiming for an A in A-level psychology by Master the skills you need to set yourself apart and hit the highest grades; this year-round course companion develops the higher-order thinking skills that top-achieving students possess, providing step-by-step guidance, examples and tips for getting an A grade.
Publication Date: 2018
Essential maths skills for AS/A level psychology by If your students struggle with standard deviation or statistical tests, this is the book for them. This textbook companion will help improve their essential maths skills for psychology, whichever awarding body specification you're following. You can use it throughout the course, whenever you feel they need some extra help. - Develop understanding of both maths and psychology with all worked examples and questions within a psychology context - Improve confidence with a step-by-step approach to every maths skill - Measure progress with guided and non-guided questions - Understand misconceptions with full worked solutions to every question - Feel confident in expert guidance from experienced teacher and examiner Molly Marshall, reviewed by Dorothy Coombs, Editor of ATP Today, former Chair of the Association for the Teaching of Psychology and experienced biology, psychology and FSMQ Statistics teacher
Publication Date: 2016-03-14
Psychology by Exam Board: AQA, Edexcel, OCR & WJEC Level: A-level Subject: Psychology First Teaching: September 2015 First Exam: June 2016 Provides the essential foundation for psychology students, this is a revised and updated version of the most trusted introduction written by the bestselling psychology author Richard Gross. Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behaviour has helped over half a million students worldwide. It is the essential introduction to psychology, covering all students need to know to understand and evaluate classic and contemporary topics. - Enables students to easily access psychological theories and research with colourful, user-friendly content and useful features including summaries, critical discussion and research updates - Helps students to understand the research process with contributions from leading psychologists including Elizabeth Loftus, Alex Haslam and David Canter - Ensures students are up to date with the latest issues and debates with this fully updated edition
Publication Date: 2015-06-15
Key studies in psychology by Psychology is full of agreements and disagreements! Here Richard Gross pairs up 30 studies to show you how the classic theories in psychology are constantly revisted by modern researchers. In a new focus for this 6th edition, the emphasis is on how these classic and contemporary studies relate.
Publication Date: 2012
Themes, Issues and Debates in Psychology by Stimulate critical thinking with this thematic approach to Psychology by best-selling author Richard Gross, that integrates topics, theories and areas of research. Themes, Issues and Debates in Psychology is ideal reading for all students of Psychology and is relevant to both the synoptic element of A2 and undergraduate courses. This thematic approach is not usually found in traditional textbooks. - Aids understanding with a thematic approach that provides a historical and theoretical context for what are usually treated as 'standalone'topics - Encourages a broader, more integrated approach to essay writing - Motivates critical thinking to stretch and challenge students in areas such as behaviour, culture, consciousness, parapsychology and religion
Publication Date: 2014-07-11
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