Psychology: European Edition

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Psychology: European Edition is a landmark new textbook for introductory psychology modules. Written by world-renowned researchers who are also award-winning popular science authors, the book introduces students to the core areas of this broad and fast-moving field with irresistible enthusiasm, insight, and humour. Psychology: European Edition features: * Totally up-to-date research coverage and a modern neuroscientific approach * A storytelling style that deftly weaves the historical with the contemporary * An innovative approach that highlights how insights into the mind are often derived from slips and errors - what the authors term mindbugs * Comprehensive coverage without unmanageable detail * A full range of pedagogical features, including Hot science boxes on cutting-edge research, and The real world boxes on psychology in everyday life * Fully adapted and new content for European students written by an eminent psychologist at Bristol University, UK who is also a renowned communicator of science. The Psychology: European Edition online package includes an extensive array of high-quality materials for lecturers and students. Lecturer materials include: * 2500 question testbank: multiple choice and true/false questions adapted by Bruce Hood for the European Edition * Worth Digital Media Archive: 64 video clips of classic and more recent experiments, interviews with psychologists and 3D brain models * Lecturer manual: containing lecture suggestions, discussion questions, class exercises, essay questions with guideline answers, a media planner and a BPS syllabus matrix * PowerPoint slides complete with figures and tables for every chapter. Student materials include: * PsychSim 5: an online activity program placing students in simulated research as the experimenter or subject, and dynamic demonstrations illustrating key psychological principles * Multiple choice questions, video and web assignments and weblinks, written and compiled by Bruce Hood * Additional information on studying psychology for Scandinavian students.

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Daniel L. Schacter Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, USA. His research has explored the relation between conscious and nonconscious forms of memory and the nature of distortions and errors in remembering. Schacter has received many awards, including the Harvard-Radcliffe Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and the Troland Award from the National Academy of Sciences. 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 T. Gilbert Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, USA. His research on affective forecasting examines the mistakes people make when they try to predict their emotional reactions to future events. Gilbert has won numerous awards, including 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 M. Wegner Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, USA. He studies problems that can arise when people try to control their thoughts and actions. Author of White Bears and Other Unwanted Thoughts and The Illusion of Conscious Will, he is a member of the Board of Reviewing Editors for Science magazine. Bruce Hood (adapter of Psychology) is Professor of Developmental Psychology in Society at the University of Bristol, UK. He has been a research fellow at Cambridge University and University College London, a visiting scientist at MIT and a faculty professor at Harvard. He has been awarded an Alfred Sloan Fellowship in neuroscience, the Young Investigator Award from the International Society of Infancy Researchers, the Robert Fantz memorial award and recipient of the British Psychology Society award for public engagement in 2014. He is a Fellow of the Society of Biology (UK), the society of American Psychological Science, the British Psychology Society and the Royal institution of Great Britain. He is also the president of the psychology section of the British Science Association. Bruce has appeared in a number of TV science documentaries and in 2011 he delivered the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures which were broadcast on the BBC to over 4 million viewers.

Review:

'A joy to read - the writing style, the examples, and the issues are all spot on. Perfect for a first year course in psychology.' -Zoltan Dienes, University of Sussex, UK 'I must say, I like this book a lot. It is clear and concise, and presents classic material alongside cutting edge developments in the field. The structure is very good and it is funny too!' -Ase Innes-Ker, University of Lund, Sweden 'A fantastic combination of real-world examples, accessible writing and academically credible presentation. The authors have done a great job - the writing drew me into topics and I read up on current developments with interest. This textbook has been very well adapted for a UK and European audience.' -Rachel Taylor, University of Glamorgan, UK 'The mindbugs approach appeals to me very much because it sets the ecological relevance of a particular theoretical issue. This is a well-written, humorous and accessible textbook.' -Derek Smith, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, UK 'The clarity, level of language and quality of the explanations would fit my student audience perfectly. It is an accessible and engaging textbook with a great style and nice touches of humour. The historical context really appeals to me and fits my style of teaching.' -Pascal Wilhelm, University of Twente, Netherlands "I love the companion website, and I'm using a lot of the materials for seminar activities or as suggestions for self-managed learning" - Janice Brown, London South Bank University, UK

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