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Why do we become aggressive? How does the brain allow us to see, hear, and feel? Can listening to Mozart improve IQ? How do babies learn to perceive and think? How can we reduce obesity and cigarette smoking? Is being physically attractive an advantage? Psychology, the scientific study of the mind and our behaviour, has never been more popular. From TV experts to the amateur musings of your best friend, the language of psychology has permeated all aspects of everyday life. Here Martin reveals that modern psychology concerns far more than the everyday stereotypes of Freud, Jung, and ‘common sense’ advice. This Beginner’s Guide is informed by the latest cutting-edge research and provides a vibrant and witty exploration of our senses, how our memory works, and what determines our intelligence, development, and personality.

A riveting exploration of who we are and why we behave the way we do. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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  • PDF | 1759 pages
  • Martin(Author)
  • Prentice Hall Asia (1 Mar. 1992)
  • Unknown
  • 10
  • Health, Family & Lifestyle
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  • By sylvia bradford on 28 June 2014

    my granddaughter is taking her exams on psychology but would find it difficult getting any work experience in this field so I thought books on this subject would help her.She was delighted with this book and said it was easy to understand,

  • By Arron Tolan on 7 July 2017

    Brilliantly laid out, easy to understand, does exactly what it says on the tin.A worthy purchase for anyone interested in the subject matter.

  • By Nico on 31 July 2017

    Great intro book. Concepts backed up by real world examples in a style easy to read. Author has a sense of humour. Will look for other books by him!

  • By James Marshall Jones on 30 August 2013

    This is a great read for those who are beginners in psychology but it is also a great read overall. Martin clearly explains the principles of psychology in terms that are easy to understand as well as explaining psychology thoroughly A good read for students studying psychology at any level. .

  • By Mrs. E. Shonfeld on 14 June 2014

    Not quite what I expected . Content is okay but not laid out well so you can dip in and out of book. I think it was too simple and full of things I already knew .

  • By Margaret Lenihan on 11 February 2014

    Again I bought this book as it was required material in his college course, book was in great condition and was a reasonable priece.

  • By darren kemp on 12 September 2014

    packed with facts and images for people that wouldent know what thy were reading about

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