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INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY

Psychology

Psychology

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Daniel L. Schacter, Daniel T. Gilbert, Daniel M. Wegner (deceased) and Matthew K. Nock, all at Harvard University, USA

Daniel L. Schacter, Daniel T. Gilbert, Daniel M. Wegner (deceased) all at Harvard University, USA and Bruce Hood, University of Bristol, UK ‘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!’ - Åse Innes-Ker, University of Lund, Sweden Psychology: European Edition is a landmark 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 field with irresistible enthusiasm, insight, and humour. Unique to the European Edition: The European Edition provides expanded coverage of statistics and qualitative methods; balanced coverage of British and global approaches to memory alongside Schacter’s ‘seven sins of memory’ approach; greater emphasis on working memory, flashbulb memory and metamemory; more information on emotional intelligence and creativity and the cognitive basis of intelligence; international research and theories on cognitive and social development (Chs 11 & 12); discussion of the differences between the DSM and ICD classification systems; increased discussion of Kraepelin, and more on the symptom-oriented approach to diagnosis and on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A fantastic Companion Website with study, teaching and seminar resources is also available. Contents: Additional Note to the Lecturer on Psychology: European Edition • Tour of the Book • Psychology: The Evolution of a Science • The Methods of Psychology • Neuroscience and Behaviour • Sensation and Perception • Memory • Learning • Language and Thought • Consciousness • Intelligence • Emotion and Motivation • Cognitive Development • Social Development • Personality • Social Psychology • Abnormal Psychology • Mental Health • Glossary • References 808pp Paperback Web

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December 2011 9780230579835 £43.99

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Students love the vitality and expertise of the writing in Schacter, Gilbert, and Wegner’s Psychology. Now with the addition of clinical psychologist and teacher Matt Nock, the text covers an even broader spectrum of classic and contemporary psychology, in a thoroughly updated new edition that takes full measure of the recently released DSM-5. Contents: Psychology: Evolution of a Science • Methods in Psychology • Neuroscience and Behavior • Sensation and Perception • Consciousness • Memory • Learning • Emotion and Motivation • Language and Thought • Intelligence • Development • Personality • Social Psychology • Stress and Health • Psychological Disorders • Treatment of Psychological Disorders 800pp Hardback New

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Psychology

Psychology

A Concise Introduction

7th edition Peter O. Gray, Boston College, USA and David Bjorklund, Florida Atlantic University, USA

4th edition Richard A. Griggs, University of Florida, USA

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Peter Gray and new co-author David Bjorklund’s evolutionary perspective and emphasis on critical thinking have made a rigorous yet accessible introduction to psychology text. Now thoroughly revised with the DSM-5 in mind, there is no better guide for students navigating this time of momentous change in our interpretation of psychological science. Contents: PART I: BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY OF PSYCHOLOGY • Foundations for the Study of Psychology • Methods of Psychology • PART II: THE ADAPTIVENESS OF BEHAVIOR • Genetic and Evolutionary Foundations of Behavior • Basic Processes of Learning • PART III: PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF BEHAVIOR • The Neural Control of Behavior • Mechanisms of Motivation and Emotion • PART IV: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION • Smell, Taste, Pain, Hearing, and Psychophysics • The Psychology of Vision • PART V: THE HUMAN INTELLECT • Memory and Consciousness • Reasoning and Intelligence • PART VI: GROWTH OF THE MIND AND PERSON • The Development of Thought and Language • Social Development • PART VII: THE PERSON IN A WORLD OF PEOPLE • Social Perception and Attitudes • Social Influences on Behavior • PART VIII: PERSONALITY AND DISORDERS • Personality • Mental Disorders • Treatment 750pp Hardback New

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Despite its brevity, Griggs’ textbook is a remarkable volume that offers a rich survey of the field’s fundamental ideas and the research behind them. The new edition is thoroughly updated, especially in fast-moving areas like neuroscience and coverage of topics affected by the release of the DSM-5—all while keeping the book’s trademark concision. Contents: The Science of Psychology • Neuroscience • Sensation and Perception • Learning • Memory • Thinking and Intelligence • Developmental Psychology • Personality Theories and Assessment • Social Psychology • Abnormal Psychology. 432pp Paperback New

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All from David G. Myers, Hope College, USA Psychology

Exploring Psychology

Psychology in Modules

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International Edition

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Through engaging writing and interesting examples, David Myers continues to communicate the science of psychology in a way that speaks to students’ needs and interests. The tenth edition contains over a thousand new research citations, plus new pedagogy, beautiful fresh artwork and a section on time management to help students maximise their effectiveness.

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With a wealth of new research citations, a new chapter on gender and sexuality and a new study system based on learning and memory research, Exploring Psychology merges the rigour of science with a broad human perspective to provide a state-of-the-art introduction to psychology.

Contents: Prologue: The Story of Psychology • Thinking Critically with Psychological Science • The Biology of Mind • Consciousness and the Two-Track Mind • Nature, Nurture, and Human Diversity • Developing Through the Life Span • Sensation and Perception • Learning • Memory • Thinking and Language • Intelligence • Motivation and Work • Emotions, Stress, and Health • Personality • Social Psychology • Psychological Disorders • Therapy • Appendix A: Subfields of Psychology • Appendix B: Complete Chapter Reviews

Contents: Thinking Critically with Psychological Science • The Biology of Behavior • Consciousness and the Two-Track Mind • Developing Through the Life Span • Gender and Sexuality • Sensation and Perception • Learning • Memory • Thinking, Language, and Intelligence • Motivation and Emotion • Stress, Health, and Human Flourishing • Personality • Social Psychology • Psychological Disorders • Therapy • Appendix A: Statistical Reasoning in Everyday Life • Appendix B: Psychology at Work • Appendix C: Subfields of Psychology • Appendix D: Complete Chapter Reviews • Appendix E: Answers to Experience the Testing Effect Questions

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February 2012 9781429299909 £47.99

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Inspired by research showing that shorter reading assignments are more effectively absorbed than longer ones, this version of Myers’ Psychology breaks down the Tenth Edition’s 16 chapters into 54 brief modules. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY AND SCIENCE OF PSYCHOLOGY • PART II: THE BIOLOGY OF MIND • PART III: CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE TWO-TRACK MIND • PART IV: NATURE, NURTURE, AND HUMAN DIVERSITY • PART V: DEVELOPING THROUGH THE LIFE SPAN • PART VI: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION • PART VII: LEARNING • PART VIII: MEMORY PART IX: THINKING, LANGUAGE, AND INTELLIGENCE • PART X: MOTIVATION AND WORK • PART XI: EMOTIONS, STRESS, AND HEALTH • PART XII: PERSONALITY • PART XIII: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY • PART XIV: PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS • PART XV: THERAPY A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 778pp Hardback Ebook

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SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY KEY FEATURES UNRIVALLED PEDAGOGICAL TOOLKIT • An exceptionally strong pedagogical framework that engages students and contextualises social psychology by applying theory to everyday life. ‘Try it yourself’ and ‘time to reflect’ boxes challenge assumptions; ‘critical thinking’ and ‘blind spots’ encourage deeper thinking; ‘student project’ boxes, written by former students, provide tips for final year projects and show the reader where their studies might take them beyond graduation. THE NEXT STEP IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY PUBLISHING

Social Psychology Robbie Sutton and Karen Douglas, both at University of Kent, UK

Social Psychology is a fresh and forward-thinking introductory textbook covering all the key topics and using a range of examples and distinctive pedagogical features to enable students to relate the theory to real life. CONTENTS

The Discipline of Social Psychology The Social Self: Understanding Ourselves The Social Perceiver: Understanding the Social World The Social Judge: Attitudes, Emotions and Behaviour  Communication  Persuasion  Close Relationships The Social Group  Social Influence  Group Behaviour  Intergroup Relations  Improving Intergroup Relations  Understanding and Controlling Aggression  Altruism and Justice  Social Psychology: an Overview 6

• Covers all the core topics that lecturers need to see in a mainstream social psychology textbook and raises the bar with dedicated chapters on subjects such as social development. A strong focus on pioneering research and innovation means it’s a forward-thinking textbook for today’s lecturers and students. STRONG AUTHOR TEAM WITH A FRESH STYLE • A young and energetic author team from one of the leading social psychology departments in the UK. Their lively and engaging style connects with the reader but never patronises them. April 2013 836pp Paperback £43.99 9780230218031 New

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Critical Social Psychology An Introduction

Social Psychology of Social Problems The Intergroup Context

2nd edition

Edited by Agnieszka Golec de Zavala, Lisbon University Institute, Portugal and Aleksandra Cichocka, University of Kent, UK

Brendan Gough, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, Majella McFadden, Sheffield Hallam University, UK and Matthew McDonald, Assumption University, Thailand ‘What a clear, comprehensive, and authoritative introduction to the important critical perspectives on social psychology! This text should be required reading for all psychology students early on in their studies.’ - Tod Sloan, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon, USA and Editor, Critical Psychology: Voices for Change ‘This is an excellent book... suitable both to newcomers to Critical Psychology and to practitioners interested in the latest developments in this important area of psychology. Those interested in the future of social psychology have no further to look.’ - Derek Hook, Birkbeck College, UK ‘The authors provide a clear and useful guide to ideas surrounding critical social psychology, introducing students to seemingly complex and novel ways of thinking about issues raised within a typical undergraduate course in psychology.’ - David Ormerod, University of Wolverhampton, UK

‘This book...has a highly applied edge to it where theory is linked to real events and discussed, by recognised scholars, in the context of relevant classic and current empirical literature. This is definitely a useful and much-needed addition to the current literature.’ Magdalena Zawisza, University of Winchester, UK

Critical Social Psychology introduces students, in a straightforward, practical and accessible way, to the key themes and debates arising from this fast-growing - and often complex - field. The authors contrast mainstream experimental and critical understandings of social psychological topics, and place the criticism and theory in a societal context.

Encompassing contemporary social problems and cutting-edge research, international experts provide a window into understanding the psychology behind societal problems and why they develop, offering crucial applications of psychological theory.

Contents: PART I: INTRODUCING CRITICAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY • Critical Social Psychology: An Introduction • A Critical Look at Cognitive-Experimental Social Psychology • Doing Critical Social Psychology • PART II: CLASSIC SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY TOPICS REVISITED • Social Influence • Prejudice in Practice • PART III: SELF IN SOCIETY • Self, Identity, Subjectivity • Gendered and Sexual Identities • PART IV: CRITICAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY APPLIED • Critical Health Psychology • Critical Work Psychology • Reflections on Critical Social Psychology

Contents: PART I: RACISM, SEXISM AND SOCIAL DISCRIMINATION • PART II: INEQUALITY, TYRANNY, VIOLENT AND NON-VIOLENT SOCIAL PROTEST • PART III: INTERGROUP VIOLENCE, EXTREMISM AND TERRORISM • PART IV: TOWARDS APPLYING SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

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Human Sexuality 4th edition Simon LeVay, and Janice Baldwin, The Univeristy of California, Santa Barbara, USA

Discovering Human Sexuality

This book helps students understand the diversity of human sexual expression and the many perspectives from which sexuality can be studied. Known for its high-quality presentation of biological aspects, the book also devotes rich coverage to the insights gained from a range of fields, such as cognitive science and social psychology. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 634pp Hardback Web

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Human Being Beyond Individualism

2nd edition Simon LeVay, Janice Baldwin and John Baldwin, both at The University of California, Santa Barbara USA

Sinauer Associates, Inc.

‘Keeping one up-to-date with the ageless theme of sexuality along with the bio-psycho-sociotechno changes and challenges in the field of human sexuality is no easy task. However, this text is up to the task and provides a nice overview with valuable substance for the reader to gain knowledge and develop perspective...Human Sexuality, now in the fourth edition, remains an excellent college and introductory graduate textbook on the topic of human sexuality.’ - Sigmund Hough, Sexuality and Disability Journal

The Relationship Paradigm

Sinauer Associates, Inc.

This alternative version of LeVay and Baldwin’s acclaimed text Human Sexuality is more accessible to students with a limited background in biology, but maintains the evidence-based approach and readability of the original. The second edition has been thoroughly updated, with new pedagogical features, illustrations, FAQs, and more. Contents: Sexuality: Pathways to Understanding • Women’s Bodies • Men’s Bodies • Sex and Gender Differences • Attraction, Arousal, and Response • Sexual Behavior • Sexual Relationships • Fertility, Pregnancy, and Childbirth • Contraception and Abortion • Sexuality across the Life Span: From Birth to Adolescence • Sexuality across the Life Span: Adulthood • Sexual Orientation • Atypical Sexuality • Sexual Disorders • Sexually Transmitted Diseases • Sexual Assault, Harassment, and Partner Violence • Sex as a Commodity 559pp Paperback Web

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Godfrey BarrettLennard, Honorary Doctor, University of Murdoch, Australia ‘In this vibrant and engaging new text, Goff unfolds a map of our relational worlds: providing counsellors and psychotherapists with a deepened understanding of the intra- and interpersonal forces that can drive psychological wellbeing and distress.’ - Mick Cooper, Professor of Counselling, University of Strathclyde, UK Delivering fresh thought, this book uses relationships to explore the human condition; arguing that we are relational beings who affect and are affected by everything that happens around us. Challenging an individualist perspective of human beings, it views relationship and interdependence as being at the core of human life. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 204pp Paperback New

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Media Psychology Edited by Gayle Brewer, University of Central Lancashire, UK ‘This is a much-needed and integrative introductory textbook. It provides a succinct overview of the different psychological theories that ground media psychology research, without sacrificing the complexity of the field or the many questions that arise in a rapidly evolving media landscape.’ - Pamela Rutledge, Fielding Graduate University and Director of the Media Psychology Research Center, USA This textbook brings together coverage of the core areas in media psychology for undergraduate students, drawing on specific campaigns and studies to introduce readers to key issues in this fascinating field. Contents: PART I: PERSUASION AND INFLUENCE • PART II: INTERACTION WITH THE MEDIA • PART III: REPRESENTATION A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 296pp Paperback

November 2011 9780230279209 £29.99

Social Psychology and Everyday Life Darrin Hodgetts, University of Waikato, New Zealand, Neil Drew, University of Notre Dame, Australia, Christopher Sonn, Victoria University, Australia, Ottilie Stolte, Linda Waimarie Nikora and Cate Curtis, all at University of Waikato, New Zealand ‘Social Psychology and Everyday Life will serve as a vaulable resource for undergraduate students...I could envisage a place for th[is] book as a core introductory text.’ - Timothy Gomersall, University of Leeds, UK - Social Psychological Review In this innovative textbook, everyday scenarios highlight the relevance of core topics to a multicultural society and make the key theories and concepts of the discipline come to life. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 432pp Paperback Ebook

March 2010 9780230217959 £35.99 IC

The Social Animal 11th edition Elliot Aronson, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA Worth Publishers - A Macmillan Higher Education Company

A compelling introduction to modern social psychology. Through vivid narrative, lively presentations of important research, and intriguing examples, Aronson probes the patterns and motives of human behaviour, covering such diverse topics as terrorism, conformity, politics, race relations, advertising, and interpersonal attraction. Contents: What Is Social Psychology? • Conformity • Mass Communication, Propaganda, and Persuasion • Social Cognition • Self-Justification • Human Aggression • Prejudice • Liking, Loving, and Interpersonal Sensitivity • Social Psychology as a Science 431pp Paperback

September 2011 9781429233415 £46.99

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developmental psychology

The Developing Person Through the Life Span 9th edition

Experiencing the Lifespan 3rd edition Janet Belsky, Middle Tennessee State University, USA

Kathleen Stassen Berger, Bronx Community College, CUNY, USA Worth Publishers - A Macmillan Higher Education Company

With Kathleen Stassen Berger’s always contemporary, always compelling textbook, students learn to see how the basic ideas of developmental psychology apply to their own lives, the lives of those around them, and the lives of others at different stages of life in cultures around the world. Berger’s narrative voice, wide-ranging cultural perspective, and focus on universal themes captivate students from the outset, helping them grasp the important theoretical and scientific work driving the field of developmental psychology today. The ninth edition incorporates significant new findings, especially in the areas of brain development, culture, and psychopathology (including DSM-5 related updates) as well as new infographics in each chapter that link together graphics, text and photographs to tell a visual story about an important concept in lifespan development. Contents: PART I: BEGINNINGS • Introduction • Theories of Development • Heredity and Environment • Parental Development and Birth • PART II: THE FIRST TWO YEARS • Biosocial Development • Cognitive Development • Psychosocial Development • PART III: EARLY CHILDHOOD • Biosocial Development • Cognitive Development • Psychosocial Development • PART IV: MIDDLE CHILDHOOD • Biosocial Development • Cognitive Development • Psychosocial Development • PART V: ADOLESCENCE • Biosocial Development • Cognitive Development • Psychosocial Development • PART VI: EMERGING ADULTHOOD • Biosocial Development • Cognitive Development • Psychosocial Development • PART VII: ADULTHOOD • Biosocial Development • Cognitive Development • Psychosocial Development • PART VIII: LATE ADULTHOOD • Biosocial Development • Cognitive Development • Psychosocial Development • Epilogue: Death and Dying 667pp Hardback New

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Janet Belsky’s Experiencing the Lifespan reflects a scientist’s understanding of key research, a psychologist’s understanding of people, and a teacher’s understanding of students. This extensively updated edition features new findings, an expanded focus on applications and a broad-based global perspective. Contents: PART I: THE FOUNDATION • The People and the Field • Prenatal Development, Pregnancy, and Birth • PART II: INFANCY • Physical and Cognitive Development • Socioemotional Development • PART III: CHILDHOOD • Physical and Cognitive Development • Socioemotional Development • Settings for Development: Home and School • PART IV: ADOLESCENCE • Physical Development • Cognitive and Socioemotional Development • PART V: EARLY AND MIDDLE ADULTHOOD • Constructing an Adult Life • Relationships and Roles • Midlife • PART VI: LATER LIFE • Cognitive and Socioemotional Development • The Physical Challenges of Aging • PART VII: EPILOGUE • Death and Dying • Final Thoughts 470pp Hardback Ebook

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How Children Develop 4th edition Robert S. Siegler, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, Judy S. DeLoache, University of Virginia, USA, Nancy Eisenberg, Arizona State University, USA and Jenny Saffran, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

The Development of Children 7th edition Cynthia Lightfoot, Pennsylvania State University, USA, Michael Cole, University of California, San Diego, USA and Sheila R. Cole

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Written for topically-organised child development modules, How Children Develop provides a fresh perspective on the field of child development, emphasizing fundamental principles, enduring themes and important recent studies. The authors—all noted scholars and respected researchers—are exceptionally skilful at making difficult topics accessible. New co-author Jenny Saffran brings experience in statistical learning in language development to the new edition which also features research updates throughout. Contents: An Introduction To Child Development: History, Themes, and Research Methods • Prenatal Development, Birth, and The Newborn Period • Biology and Behavior: Genetics, Brain Development, and Physical Development • Theories of Cognitive Development: Piagetian, Core-Knowledge, Information Processing, and Sociocultural • Seeing, Thinking, and Doing Infancy • Development of Language and Symbol Use • Conceptual Development • Intelligence and Academic Achievement • Theories of Social Development: Psychoanalytic, Learning, Social Cognition, and Ecological • Emotional Development • Attachment to Others and Development of Self • The Family • Peer Relationships • Moral Development • Gender Development • Conclusions: Integrating Current Understanding Around the Seven Major Themes 600pp Hardback New

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This lively and engaging textbook examines child development as a process involving the whole child within multiple, mutually influencing contexts. With an emphasis on biological and cultural factors, it explores the pathways of development shared by all children plus the diverse developmental patterns that unfold in them as individuals. Contents: PART I: IN THE BEGINNING • PART II: INFANCY • PART III: EARLY CHILDHOOD • PART IV: MIDDLE CHILDHOOD • PART V: ADOLESCENCE A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 667 pp Hardback Ebook

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Developing Difference Wendy Johnson, University of Edinburgh, UK ‘Wendy Johnson is to be complimented on this excellent piece of work. It is the long-needed textbook that manages to integrate developmental and differential psychology in a concise, yet comprehensive, way.’ Manuel Völkle, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany ‘How do we develop into unique individuals? Wendy Johnson answers this deceptively simple question by weaving together the theories and research from many disciplines including genetics, human development, neuroscience, sociology, gerontology, and historical context. It is a fascinating overview of the many influences on human development. The text is clear and easy to follow, with new information even for experts in any of the fields that contribute to our understanding of how each of us develops differently.’ - Diane F. Halpern, McElwee Family Professor of Psychology, Claremont McKenna College, USA This is a long-needed textbook, integrating developmental and differential psychology in a concise yet comprehensive way. Engaging and accessible, Developing Difference accounts for the latest genetic research, and considers how evolution, genetics and human behaviour interconnect across the lifespan. Contents: The Importance of Individual Differences in Development • Evolution • Brain Neuroanatomy and Genetics • Stress Response, Coping Capacity, and Resilience • Gestation: The Developmental Foundation • Infancy: Building a Brain • Childhood: Emerging as a Person • Adolescence: Transition to Physical Adulthood • Young Adult Development: Finding a Place in the World • Adult Development: Balancing Work and Family • Ageing and Longevity: Managing Decline • Conclusion: Historical Context 368pp Paperback New

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Adolescence Continuity, Change, and Diversity 7th edition Nancy J. Cobb Sinauer Associates, Inc.

Recognized as a leading text in the field, the seventh edition of Cobb’s Adolescence provides a thorough review of research and theory. Praised for its accessible style, the book is distinguished by its comprehensive coverage of identity research, gender, ethnic diversity, and issues relevant to early versus late adolescence and adulthood. Contents: Defining Adolescents: Who Are They? • The Study of Adolescence: Theory and Research • The Biological and Physical Changes of Adolescence: Puberty, Health, and Well-Being • The Cognitive Changes of Adolescence • Defining the Self: Identity and Intimacy • Adolescents in the Family: Changing Roles and Relationships • Adolescents and Their Friends • Adolescents in the Schools • Leisure, Work, and College • Sexuality • Facing the Future: Values in Transition • The Problems of Youth • Positive Development in Adolescence: Meeting the Challenges and Making It Work 504pp Paperback IC

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Development through Adulthood An Integrative Sourcebook Oliver Robinson, University of Greenwich, UK ‘This book is a refreshing new addition to the texts currently available in the area. It fills a much needed gap and will allow tutors and students to cover important and non-traditional aspects of development in an accessible and interesting way. It has been a pleasure to read.’ - Christopher Barnes, University of Derby, UK ‘The best evidence-based account I have read about what it is like to develop through adulthood.’ - Dan P. McAdams, Henry Wade Rogers Professor of Psychology, Northwestern University, USA ‘This book should be read by everyone who would like to get a comprehensive view of modern psychological theories of adult development.’ - Eeva Kallio, University of Jyväskylä and University of Tampere, Finland, and President of the European Society for Adult Development ‘An excellent book, superb in places...This could become the best lifespan book on the market.’ - John Lambie, Anglia Ruskin University, UK Focusing on the changes unique to development throughout adulthood, Robinson authoritatively and fluently guides the reader through the different stages of life and their unique challenges. The first of its kind in the European market, this accessible and fascinating book is essential reading for those interested in fully understanding adulthood and ageing. Contents: Adult Development: Meaning and Models • Research Methods in Adult Development • Cognitive Development • Emotional Development • Motivational Development • Psychosocial Life Stages, Transitions and Crises • Personality Development • Moral Development • Wisdom • Spirituality and Religiosity • Mental Disorder, Age and Adult Life Events • Family, Friends and Relationships • Career Development and Retirement • Dying and Bereavement 472pp Paperback

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Attachment Across the Lifecourse A Brief Introduction David Howe, Emeritus Professor, University of East Anglia, UK ‘The book is brief but very rich...Quite honestly, I cannot remember coming across such a sharp integration of the adult social psychology and the developmental psychology perspectives.’ Peter Fonagy, Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis, University College London, UK Written by a top commentator on attachment theory, this brief introduction neatly summarises the latest thinking and research on attachment from childhood through to adulthood. It offers an essential overview for a wide student and professional audience, including social workers, psychologists, counsellors and nurses. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 272pp Paperback Ebook

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Statistics and research methoDs

Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences 3rd edition

SPSS for Psychologists 5th edition Nicola Brace, The Open University, UK, Rosemary Snelgar, University of Westminster, UK and Richard Kemp, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Susan Nolan, Seton Hall University, USA and Thomas Heinzen, William Paterson University, USA

‘Detailed, thorough and easy to follow - everything undergraduate students need and a bit more.’ - Ana Fernandez, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Nolan and Heinzen’s uniquely effective introduction to statistics captivates students with its real-world storytelling, its highly visual approach to teaching statistics, its accessible treatment of mathematical topics, and its step-by-step worked examples. The new edition enhances these signature strengths while incorporating new data and findings. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 736pp Hardback New

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‘An excellent introductory resource for students. The authors provide a user-friendly approach to help students decide which statistical tests to use and when, how to perform the analysis, interpret the output, and report the results without overwhelming them with too much formulae.’ - Claire Hart, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Southampton, UK ‘SPSS for Psychologists is an absolute must-have text if you are serious about understanding the power of SPSS as a tool that skilfully presents quantitative data analysis. The authors critically present informative explanations that enable each of us, students and lecturers alike, to understand the use of this quantitative tool.’ - Catherine O’Reilly, Institute of Public Administration, Dublin 4 Ireland ‘Written quite brilliantly...I love it. All the stats you need up to and past your degree.’ - Graham Edgar, Reader in Psychology, Gloucestershire University, UK Guiding readers through the SPSS package, the authors provide clear step-by-step instructions on the main statistical techniques, with expanded sections on simple and multiple regression. In its fifth edition, SPSS for Psychologists remains an indispensable tool for all psychology students. Contents: Introduction • Data Entry in SPSS • Exploring Data in SPSS • Data Handling • Tests of Difference for Two Sample Designs • Tests of Correlation • Tests of Nominal Data • Analysis of Variance • Simple and Multiple Regression • Analysis of Covariance and Multivariate Analysis of Variance • Discriminate Analysis and Logistic Regression • Factor Analysis and Reliability and Dimensionality of Scales • Beyond the Basics 488pp Paperback IC

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Basic Statistics for Psychologists Marc Brysbaert, Ghent University, Belgium ‘A comprehensive core text that covers all areas of undergraduate statistics and is easy to read. The formulas and calculations are well-presented and explained with a clear overall approach and a logical order of topics. It is a useful resource for psychology students and a helpful introduction to statistics in general.’ - Toon Cillessen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands Basic Statistics for Psychologists combines clear explanations of statistical concepts and tests with a guide to using SPSS, providing an invaluable resource for psychology students. Highly readable and with innovative learning features throughout, this book offers a comprehensive introduction to statistics and their use in social science. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 432pp Paperback IC

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Serious Stats A Guide to Advanced Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

Making Sense of Data and Statistics in Psychology 2nd edition

Thomas Baguley, Nottingham Trent University, UK ‘One of the most comprehensive, detailed and, importantly, readable accounts of statistical methods used in behavioural research. It provides superb coverage of the principles and assumptions of standard methods of analysis, as well as of the more complex and powerful techniques available in the statistical armoury, such as multilevel modelling. It is a book which every Experimental Psychologist will find helpful to have on their shelf.’ - Michael Pilling, Oxford Brookes University, UK Ideal for experienced students and researchers in the social sciences who wish to refresh or extend their understanding of statistics, and to apply advanced statistical procedures using SPSS or R. 864pp Paperback Ebook

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Gerry Mulhern, formerly of Queen’s University of Belfast, UK and Brian Greer, Portland State University, USA ‘This text covers a good amount and level of information, and is suitable both as a core textbook and as a reference for students undertaking their research project. The authors’ extensive teaching experience is clearly evident as care is taken to explain those concepts which are commonly misunderstood or which students struggle with most.’ - Sarah Bayless, University of Winchester, UK Recognising the heterogeneous nature of students’ mathematical backgrounds, the authors adopt an innovative approach while ensuring ready integration into orthodox undergraduate statistics courses at introductory and post-introductory levels. Before being introduced to formal statistics, students are encouraged to develop a ‘feel’ for data, particularly through visual representation. 320pp Paperback Ebook

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Statistics in Psychology Explanations without Equations Stephen Jones, University of the West of England, UK ‘Statistics in Psychology offers an excellent gentle introduction to the area of statistics [...] A great emphasis on everyday examples and actual psychological studies makes this book an invaluable addition to any student’s or lecturer’s bookshelf.’ Jean-Francois Delvenne, University of Leeds, UK

A refreshing and much-needed introduction to statistics in psychology for students who ‘don’t get numbers’. Jones breaks from the traditional, numerical approaches, drawing on non-numerical examples and scenarios from both psychological literature and everyday life to explain key statistical concepts. This is an ideal companion to core textbooks.

Concepts and Connections Michael Passer, University of Washington, USA Worth Publishers - A Macmillan Higher Education Company

‘The writing style is exactly what I look for in a text. Clear, succinct sentences and a good vocabulary level. It is formal enough to be taken seriously, but not so formal as to be dry or boring.’ - Rachael Robnett, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA Research Methods: Concepts and Connections offers students clear and compelling explanations and examples drawn from cutting-edge research from across the subfields of psychology. Author Michael Passer is a long-time teacher of the Research Methods course and uses his experience to ensure that readers come away with an unparalleled understanding of behavioural research practice in today’s world and how those skills apply to everyday life. Passer approaches Critical Thinking throughout the textbook in a number of ways, including “Thinking Critically and Applying Your Knowledge” questions at the end of each chapter to help your students apply what they have learnt. In addition, statistics is covered in a series of modules at the back of the book.

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Contents: PART I: FOUNDATIONS • Science and Psychology • Conducting Psychological Research • Conducting Ethical Research • Defining and Measuring Variables • PART II: DESCRIPTIVE RESEARCH • Correlation and Correlational Research • Case Studies and Observational Research • Survey Research • PART III: EXPERIMENTS: CORE DESIGNS • Single-Factor Experimental Designs • Factorial Designs • Experimentation and Validity • PART IV: EXPERIMENTS: SPECIALIZED DESIGNS • Quasi-Experimental Designs • Single-Case Experimental Designs • PART V: ANALYZING AND COMMUNICATING THE RESULTS • Statistics Modules

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Dissertations and Project Reports

Doing a Successful Research Project

A Step by Step Guide

2nd edition Stella Cottrell, University of Leeds, UK

Bestselling study skills author Stella Cottrell brings her tried and tested approach to help you succeed with your dissertations and project reports. With plenty of hands-on activities, checklists and planners, this guide covers everything you need to know, from choosing a topic and developing a proposal, to conducting and writing up your research. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 224pp Paperback

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Martin Brett Davies, University of Birmingham, UK and Professor Emeritus, University of East Anglia, UK and Nathan Hughes, University of Birmingham, UK ‘This book contains all the advice a student needs to design a hands-on methods project, to reflect on the process and to acquire transferable skills for the future.’ - Ann Taylor, University of Newcastle, Australia Doing a Successful Research Project, Second Edition gives students the knowledge, self-discipline and confidence to carry out their first research project. Describing processes, tools and strategies in a simple, succinct way, it guides the reader carefully through the planning and design stages, to implementation, analysis and completion. Contents: PART I: PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH PROJECT • PART II: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH • PART III: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH • PART IV: THE LAST LAP

Doing Ethical Research Hannah Farrimond, University of Exeter, UK ‘This in an excellent text on a topic that is becoming increasingly important for students and professionals alike.’ - Patrick White, University of Leicester, UK ‘Offering incredibly useful and practical guidance, this book talks through some very recognisable problems whilst giving accessible discussions of complex issues for those new to these topics.’ - Nathan Hughes, University of Birmingham, UK Understanding and correctly applying ethics is an essential part of any research project. With examples throughout, this book is a practical guide to navigating the difficulties of this hugely important area. Contents: Introduction: Why Research Ethics Matters • PART I: ETHICAL BASICS • PART II: ETHICS IN PRACTICE • PART III: ETHICAL ‘HOT TOPICS’ • Appendix I: Standards and Guidelines 224pp Paperback

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New from Palgrave Macmillan Higher Education Positive Psychology A Critical Introduction Giovanni B. Moneta, London Metropolitan University, UK ‘An excellent, readable introduction to positive psychology for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, with interesting and innovative coverage of the relationship between happiness and personality.’ - John Parkinson, Bangor University, UK ‘Moneta’s book is a master-guide to positive psychology. Both comprehensive and deep, this text reveals the contributions of the field, the promise it holds, and its most pressing unanswered questions.’ - Teresa Amabile, Professor at Harvard Business School, USA, and coauthor of The Progress Principle From theories of well-being to psychotherapy, this book takes a critical European perspective on positive psychology, encouraging the reader to ask ‘What is positive psychology?’ and to think about happiness, emotions and well-being in a critical, balanced way. Accessible yet comprehensive, the book covers key debates and research in the area and includes a wealth of figures to engage the reader, making it an ideal introduction to the subject for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Contents: What is Positive Psychology? • Positive Emotions and Well-being • Positive Self • Positive Traits • Optimism and Self-regulation of Emotions • Flow • Positive Relationships • Positive Therapy • Future Directions in Positive Psychology 320pp Paperback New

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Magda Osman, Queen Mary, University of London, UK April 2014 £22.99 | 978-1-137-02226-4

Minding the Brain A Guide to Philosophy and Neuroscience

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COGNITION, NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE

The Psychology of Ageing From Mind to Society

Face Recognition and its Disorders

Gary Christopher, University of the West of England, UK From memory to mental health issues, this book considers changes in the brain as we grow older to examine how age impacts on how we think and behave. Focusing particularly on the effects of age on everyday cognitive functioning, this is essential reading for those studying adult development and the psychology of ageing. Contents: Introduction • Biological Changes • Basic Cognitive Processes • Short-Term Memory • Long-Term Memory • Metacognition • Everyday Functioning • Assessment of Cognitive Function • Personality, Intelligence and Individual Differences • Adjusting to Change • Health and Ageing • Mental Health, Psychopathology and Neurodegenerative Disorders • Neurodevelopmental Disorders • Looking Forward 300pp Paperback New

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Sarah Bate, Bournemouth University, UK ‘A truly captivating account of the disorders of face processing. A great new resource for researchers and students in cognitive, developmental, neuroand clinical psychology with an interest in face perception.’ - Markus Bindemann, University of Kent, UK Focusing on disorders, Bate unravels the mysteries and intricacies of facial processing from a new perspective, covering cognitive, developmental and clinical issues. Written in an engaging style and encompassing a wealth of detail, this is a must-read for both students and researchers interested in facial recognition. Contents: PART I: THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE HEALTHY ADULT FACE PROCESSING SYSTEM • PART II: ACQUIRED AND NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS OF FACE PROCESSING • PART III: DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS OF FACE PROCESSING • PART IV: THE IMPACT, ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF FACE PROCESSING DEFICITS 264pp Paperback

Learning and Memory From Brain to Behavior 2nd edition Mark A. Gluck, Rutgers University-Newark, USA, Eduardo Mercado, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, USA and Catherine Myers, Rutgers UniversityNewark, USA Worth Publishers - A Macmillan Higher Education Company

Rigorously updated and with a new modular format, the second edition brings a modern perspective to the study of this key topic. Reflecting the growing importance of neuroscience in the field, it compares brain studies and behavioural approaches in human and other animal species. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 640pp Paperback IC

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Cognition

The Mind's Machine

Theory and Practice

Foundations of Brain and Behavior

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Neil V. Watson, Simon Fraser University, Canada and S. Marc Breedlove, Michigan State University, USA

Russell Revlin, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA Worth Publishers - A Macmillan Higher Education Company

This deeply-researched text provides the link between theory, experimental findings, and ordinary human activity, showing students how the field of cognitive psychology relates to their everyday lives. Rigorous yet compelling, the book explains common experiences by drawing heavily on exciting recent discoveries in neuroscience. Contents: What Is Cognitive Psychology? • The Brain and Cognition • PART I: SENSORY SYSTEMS • Attention • Pattern Recognition • PART II: MEMORY • Short-Term Memory and Working Memory • Long-Term Memory • Knowledge • Imagery: Special Representation in Memory • PART III: LANGUAGE • Language: A Cognitive Universal • Language and Cognitive Processing • PART IV: PROBLEM SOLVING AND REASONING • Solving Problems • Reasoning • Decision Making 592pp Paperback IC

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A Lifespan Perspective Leigh Riby, Michael Smith, both at Northumbria University, UK andJonathan Foster, Curtin University, Australia

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An introductory psychology text that covers the core concepts in behavioural neuroscience, this book makes the topic accessible for students in a wide range of disciplines. Its engaging, informal style will pique the curiosity of students without sacrificing accuracy. Contents: An Introduction to Brain and Behavior • Cells and Structures: The Anatomy of the Nervous System • Neurophysiology: The Generation, Transmission, and Integration of Neural Signals • The Chemistry of Behavior: Neurotransmitters and Neuropharmacology • The Sensorimotor System • Hearing, Balance, Taste, and Smell • Vision: From Eye to Brain • Hormones and Sex • Homeostasis: Active Regulation of the Internal Environment • Biological Rhythms and Sleep • Emotions, Aggression, and Stress • Psychopathology: The Biology of Behavioral Disorders • Memory, Learning, and Development • Attention and Consciousness • Language and Our Divided Brain 453pp Paperback IC

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Ideal for psychology, food science and nutrition students at a variety of levels, this text provides a unique lifespan perspective to guide students through nutrition and cognitive performance. With contributions from leading academics and professionals, it is an accessible and comprehensive guide to the connection between psychology and nutrition. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 376pp Paperback Ebook

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Sensation and Perception

Sensorimotor Control and Learning

Steven Yantis, Johns Hopkins University, USA

An Introduction to the Behavioral Neuroscience of Action

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James Tresilian, University of Warwick, UK ‘James Tresilian has written the most detailed, comprehensive text in 1.1.5 REPETITIONS OF THE SAME ACTION DO NOT NECESSARILY INVOLVE REPEATING THE SAME MOVEMENTS OR FORCES motor control and learning – a must for those in the field.’ - Jane Clark, Kinesiology Department, University of Maryland, USA It may sometimes seem that repetitions of a particular action are performed in exactly the same way: the outcome is achieved in the same way, so the concept of motor equivalence is not needed. However, subjective impressions of this sort are misleading; it is always the case that different performances in a sequence of repetitions differ from one another, even though the differences may sometimes be quite small. This was recognized early in the study of human motor behavior, as illustrated by the following quotation, dating from 1932:

‘A valuable new addition in a field where up-to-date and comprehensive texts suitable for the newcomer are few and far between.’ - Kielan Yarrow, Department of Psychology, City University London, UK Suppose I am making a stroke in a quick game, such as tennis or cricket … When I make the stroke I do not, as a matter of fact, produce something absolutely new, and I never merely repeat something old … I may think that I reproduce exactly a series of textbook movements, but demonstrably I do not.xii

Sensorimotor Control and Learning is a landmark book in the growing multidisciplinary area of human movement science that integrates findings from neuroscience, kinesiology and psychology to present a state-of-the-art account of how humans carry out goal-directed actions. One of the earliest empirical studies of this phenomenon was conducted in the 1920s by the Russian physiologist Nicolai Bernstein, and examined repetitive hammering of a chisel by highly skilled blacksmiths.xiii Figure 1.2 shows three consecutive frames of someone hammering; the swing of the hammer involves movement about the shoulder, elbow, and wrist joints. Bernstein found that the trajectory of the hammerhead was fairly consistent from one swing to the next, and led to error-free striking of the chisel. However, movements about the individual joints were much less consistent: different strikes in the sequence of repetitions involved different arm movements. Thus, there was motor equivalence: the same outcome (hammer-head trajectory and striking the chisel) was achieved using (slightly) different movements of the limb segments each time.

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‘This is a clearly written text that does an excellent job of presenting classic topics in the field of Sensation and Perception in the context of current research methodology and findings. The real-life examples and simple demonstrations that are provided throughout the chapter should help students understand difficult concepts.’ - Sandra McFadden, Western Illinois University, USA This textbook integrates classic and current research, highlighting defining principles and experiments of this field. Outstanding art and interactive visual demonstrations complete this engaging text.

FIGURE 1.2: A sequence of three frames in a cartoon of a person striking a drill or cold chisel. The path of the hammer-head is indicated by a dotted line in frame 3.

Contents: PART I: FUNDAMENTALS • Motor Behavior and Control • Neuromechanical Foundations • Sensorimotor Foundations • Visuomotor Foundations • PART II: SENSORIMOTOR CONTROL • Stimulus-Elicited Behavior • Reflex Circuitry and Voluntary Motor Control • Spatial Orientation and Postural Control • Locomotion on Legs • Getting Around: Visual Control of Locomotor Manoeuvres • Staying on Track • Programs and Pattern Generation • Aiming to be Accurate • Sequences and Series • PART III: SENSORIMOTOR LEARNING • Learning: Process and Mechanism • Adaptation and Acquisition

Contents: Foundations • Light and the Eyes • The Visual Brain • Recognizing Visual Objects • Perceiving Color • Perceiving Depth • Perceiving Motion and Perception for Action • Attention and Awareness • Sound and the Ears • The Auditory Brain and Perceiving Auditory Scenes • Perceiving Speech and Music • The Body Senses • The Chemical Senses: Perceiving Odors and Tastes

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A natural question to ask is: how can the same movement of the hammerhead be achieved if the movements of the limbs segments are all different? It is difficult to provide a complete answer at this point, so we will consider a simpler example that illustrates the basic idea. Imagine a task in which a person is required to press on a pad with the index and middle fingers of their right hand so as to produce a target force level of 30 Newtons (Figure 1.3, panel A).xiv The person could produce 30 Newtons by pressing with a force of 10 Newtons with the index finger and 20 Newtons with the middle finger, or using any other combination that adds up to 30. This is represented graphically in panel B of Figure 1.3. The force exerted by the index finger is plotted on the vertical axis and the force exerted by the middle finger on the

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Sensation and Perception 3rd edition Jeremy M. Wolfe, Harvard Medical School, USA, Keith R. Kluender, Purdue University, USA, Dennis M. Levi, University of California, Berkeley, USA, Linda M. Bartoshuk, University of Florida, USA, Rachel S. Herz, Brown University, USA, Roberta L. Klatzky, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, Susan J. Lederman, Queen’s University, Canada and Daniel M. Merfeld, Harvard Medical School, USA Sinauer Associates, Inc.

Fully revised and updated, this introductory, full-colour text is written by experts in each of the sensory systems, providing comprehensive treatment of higher perceptual functions as well as sensory systems beyond vision and audition. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 415pp Hardback IC

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Sensation, Perception and Action An Evolutionary Perspective Johannes Zanker, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK ‘I was excited to see a book that included ‘Action’ both in the title and content ... I think this book will help to complete the picture of perception and action.’ - Richard Wilkie, University of Leeds, UK Zanker’s book covers the full scope of the different senses by taking a ‘designer’s view’ that describes sensory processes through evolutionary adaptations, and discusses how behaviour is affected by the way data is collected and used. Contents: Perception as Gateway to the World • The Machinery: Understanding the Neural Code • Vision 1: Brightness • Vision 2: Colour • Vision 3: From Images to Space • Vision 4: Time and Motion • Hearing 1: Sound and Noise • Hearing 2: Complex Auditory Information • Chemical Senses: Smell and Taste • Body Senses: From the Controlof Posture to Touch • Focus of Interest: Attentional Modulation of Perception • Managing Information Flow Through Integration of Sensory and Motor Systems • Making Sense: Theoretical Approaches to Perception 216pp Paperback IC

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Coming soon from Sinauer Associates, Inc. The Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 2nd edition Jerry W. Rudy, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA February 2014 978-1-60535-230-5

Psycholinguistics Julie Sedivy, Department of Linguistics, University of Calgary, Canada May 2014 978-0-87893-598-7


Anomalistic Psychology Exploring Paranormal Belief and Experience

Charles Darwin The Shaping of Evolutionary Thinking Lance Workman, Visiting Professor, University of Wales, UK

Christopher C. French, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK and Anna Stone, University of East London, UK ‘A balanced, authoritative, and reader-friendly guide about unusual but poorly understood psychological phenomena. There is nothing quite like it in the field.’ - Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Saybrook University, USA, and co-author, Demystifying Shamans and their World

This book examines the history of thought surrounding the relationship between Darwinism and the behavioural sciences. Accessible and thought-provoking, it demonstrates how and why Darwinism remains both illuminating and controversial today.

‘Lots of people believe they have had strange experiences, such as alien abduction or seeing heaven when near death. French and Stone, in this meticulously researched and beautifully written book, help us understand why. Anomalistic Psychology is a masterful, one-of-akind book that will interest anyone who cares about the sometimes seemingly bizarre workings of the human mind.’ - Elizabeth F. Loftus, Distinguished Professor, University of California, Irvine, USA ‘I think that students will find it an engaging and thoughtful book, and because it contains relevant examples drawn from current cultural topics, they will find it accessible and entertaining.’ - Nick Neave, Northumbria University, UK From alien encounters to visions of ghosts, this introduction to anomalistic psychology explores the fascinating area of the psychology of belief in paranormal phenomena. Co-authored by leading figures in the field, it is an engaging and accessible textbook that considers empirical evidence from a variety of psychological perspectives, including clinical, developmental and cognitive psychology. Contents: Introduction • Individual Differences • Clinical Perspectives • Developmental Perspectives • Psychobiological Perspectives • Cognitive Perspectives • Social Perspectives • Evolutionary Perspectives • Integrating the Different Approaches: Alien Contact Claims • Parapsychological Perspectives • Philosophical Perspectives • Future Prospects for Anomalistic Psychology and Parapsychology 348pp Paperback New

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Contents: Who was Charles Darwin? • Darwin’s Greatest Work ‘On the Origin of Species’ • Sex and Emotions: Darwin’s Other Great Works • Darwin and Darwinism • Is Darwin Dangerous? Objections and Rejections from the Social Sciences • Ultra-Darwinism: Sociobiology and the Selfish Gene • Evolutionary Psychology: Darwin’s Science of Behaviour Realised? • Conclusions: Darwinism Today 220pp Paperback

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Animal Cognition Evolution, Behavior and Cognition 2nd edition

Animal Behavior An Evolutionary Approach 10th edition John Alcock, Emeritus, Arizona State University, USA

Clive D.L. Wynne, Arizona State University, USA and Monique A. R. Udell, Oregon State University, USA ‘This is the best undergraduate comparative cognition text book that I have found on the market. It is readable yet thorough and importantly uses the content to emphasize critical thinking. The second edition picks up well where the first edition left off.’ - Thomas Zentall, Professor of Psychology, University of Kentucky, USA ‘Animal Cognition provides an up-to-date account of the mental life of animals by surveying an astonishing breadth of fascinating material. Clive Wynne and Monique Udell are to be congratulated for writing a book that is unusually clear and delightfully engaging.’ - John Pearce, Professor of Psychology, Cardiff University, UK ‘This book is vivid and engaging, and tackles the important questions in animal cognition in a highly readable style, enlivening the discussion with historical quotations, illustrations and personal anecdotes.’ - Lucia Jacobs, Professor of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley, USA A fascinating account of animal intelligence, this engagingly-written text presents a comprehensive survey of contemporary research on animal cognition, from reasoning and communication to perception and problem-solving. This is ideal reading for all those studying animal behavior and those who are interested in how much of human cognition is shared by other species. Contents: Evolution, Adaptation, Cognition and Behavior: An Introduction • Other Ways of Seeing the World • Concept Formation • Time and Number • Cause and Effect • Reasoning • Navigation • Social Cognition and Self Awareness • Social Learning • Remembering • Animal Communication in the Wild • Language • Conclusions and Comparisons 364pp Paperback New

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The new tenth edition of John Alcock’s established textbook on animal behaviour features a major reorganisation chapters focus first on the evolutionary basis of behaviour followed by the underlying proximate mechanisms. Animal Behavior has a clear, engaging writing style, is beautifully illustrated with many new photographs and references many new scientific citations. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 522pp Paperback New

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Principles of Cognitive Neuroscience 2nd edition Dale Purves, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore, Roberto Cabeza, Scott A. Huettel, Kevin S. LaBar, Michael L. Platt and Marty G. Woldorff, all at Duke University, USA Sinauer Associates, Inc.

Review of 1st edition: ‘This is a spectacular book that no introductory cognitive neuroscience course should be without. Students will find the information enlightening, the research compelling, and the companion software and web site remarkable.’ - Christopher J. Graver, Doody’s Book Reviews Written by leading authors, Principles of Cognitive Neuroscience covers the growing subject of cognitive neuroscience and makes clear the many challenges that remain to be solved. The second edition offers a streamlined text of 15 chapters for ease of reference. The condensation makes the topics covered easier to assimilate, and better suited for singlesemester courses. The second edition includes expanded coverage of genetics, evolution, and neural development. Introductory Boxes in each chapter take up an especially interesting issues to better capture the readers’ attention. And a detailed appendix reviews the major features of human neuroanatomy and basic aspects of neural signaling.

Neuroscience 5th edition Edited by Dale Purves, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore, George J. Augustine, Center for Functional Connectomics, Seoul, Korea, David Fitzpatrick, Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience, USA, William C. Hall, Duke University School of Medicine, USA, Anthony-Samuel LaMantia, GW Institute for Neuroscience, USA and Leonard E. White, Duke University School of Medicine, USA Sinauer Associates, Inc.

As well as offering a Companion Website with quizzes and animations, every new copy of the book comes with access to Sylvius 4 Online, which includes an interactive tutorial on human neuroanatomy as well as a magnetic resonance imaging atlas of the human brain.

This classic textbook guides students through the challenges and excitement of the rapidly changing field of neuroscience. Comprehensive coverage with accessible writing and great print and online pedagogy make this perfect for medical students and undergraduate neuroscience students.

Contents: Cognitive Neuroscience: Definitions, Themes, and Approaches • The Methods of Cognitive Neuroscience • Sensory Systems and Perception: Vision • Sensory Systems and Perception: Auditory, Mechanical, and Chemical Senses • Motor Systems: The Organization of Action • Attention and Its Effects on Stimulus Processing • The Control of Attention • Memory: Varieties and Mechanisms • Declarative Memory • Emotion • Social Cognition • Language • Executive Functions • Decision Making • Evolution and Development of Brain and Cognition • Appendix: The Human Nervous System

Contents: UNIT I. NEURAL SIGNALING • UNIT II. SENSATION AND SENSORY PROCESSING • UNIT III. MOVEMENT AND ITS CENTRAL CONTROL • UNIT IV. THE CHANGING BRAIN • UNIT V. COMPLEX BRAIN FUNCTIONS

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Controversies in Cognitive Neuroscience

Psychology in the Brain Integrative Cognitive Neuroscience

Scott Slotnick, Boston College, USA ‘One of the most crucial skills for university students is to learn how to become critical consumers of scientific knowledge. This book provides the ideal structure and support to develop their own critical evaluation of cognitive neuroscience.’ - Deborah Hall, Director, NIHR National Biomedical Research Unit in Hearing, Nottingham, UK ‘Controversies in Cognitive Neuroscience clearly presents ideas and findings from the cutting edge of the field. Slotnick’s provocative style might ruffle a few feathers, but his lively account will engage and inform both students and researchers in numerous areas of contemporary cognitive neuroscience.’ - Daniel L. Schacter, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology, Harvard University, USA ‘This book presents a series of debates on some of the current hot topics in Cognitive Neuroscience. It is an excellent way to spark the enthusiasm and curiousity of students. By encouraging students to think critically about the links between evidence and theory, Slotnick has done a great service to the field.’ - Jamie Ward, Associate Professor, University of Sussex, UK Providing an in-depth review of controversies and debates within cognitive neuroscience, this book outlines the evidence and arguments on both sides of the debate. Encouraging students to develop crucial critical thinking skills as they engage with the most exciting issues in this growing field, the book is essential reading for students at all levels of study. Contents: Cognitive Neuroscience: The Bare Bones • The Fusiform Face Area • The Nature of Attentional Modulation in V1 • Long-term Memory and the Medial Temporal Lobe • Working Memory Segregation in the Frontal Cortex • The Visual Word Form Area • Can Visual Mental Images be Pictorial? • The Neural Basis of Processing Animacy • The Adequacy of fMRI • Cognitive Neuroscience at a Crossroads 240pp Paperback

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Leon Kenemans and Nick Ramsey, both at Utrecht University, The Netherlands ‘The book takes a very interesting approach and I particularly like the way each chapter combines two elements – e.g. attention and memory...This makes it a very useful tool in encouraging students to see the clear links between topics.’ - Alexander Easton, Durham University, UK Taking an integrated approach to cognitive neuroscience, this is essential reading for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students and researchers. Offering original insight through its unique structure, it explains why we need to understand the brain in order to understand psychology. Contents: Principles and Methods • Perception and Action • Perception and Attention • Attention and Action • Perception and Memory • Attention and Memory • Action and Memory • Perception, Attention and Emotion • Emotion and Action • Emotion and Memory • Social Cognition and Communication 316pp Paperback IC

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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases

From Neuron to Brain

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John G. Nicholls, SISSA, Italy, A. Robert Martin, Emeritus, University of Colorado School of Medicine, USA, Paul A. Fuchs, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA, David A. Brown, University College London, UK, Mathew E. Diamond, SISSA, Italy and David A. Weisblat, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Scott A. Huettel, Allen W. Song, both at Duke University, USA and Gregory McCarthy, Yale University, USA

Hal Blumenfeld, Yale University School of Medicine, USA Sinauer Associates, Inc.

This book brings an interactive approach to neuroanatomy, using clinical cases and radiologic images. This edition also includes a 2-year subscription to the interactive eBook.

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Review of 2nd edition: ‘This is an excellent learning tool for anyone interested in learning about fMRI research and technology. Graduate students in neuroscience and psychology, psychiatrists, or neurologists interested in learning about this valuable research tool will benefit from reading this superb book.’ Michael Schrift, Doody’s Book Review The new third edition of this textbook presents a comprehensive overview of all aspects of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and is updated with current research in the field. 515pp Hardback New

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Contents: Introduction to Clinical Case Presentations • Neuroanatomy Overview and Basic Definitions • The Neurologic Exam as a Lesson in Neuroanatomy • Introduction to Clinical Neuroradiology • Brain and Environs: Cranium, Ventricles, and Meninges • Corticospinal Tract and Other Motor Pathways • Somatosensory Pathways • Spinal Nerve Roots • Major Plexuses and Peripheral Nerves • Cerebral Hemispheres and Vascular Supply • Visual System • Brainstem I: Surface Anatomy and Cranial Nerves • Brainstem II: Eye Movements and Pupillary Control • Brainstem III: Internal Structures and Vascular Supply • Cerebellum • Basal Ganglia • Pituitary and Hypothalamus • Limbic System: Homeostasis, Olfaction, Memory and Evolution • Higher-Order Cerebral Function • Epilogue: A Simple Working Model of the Mind • Case Index • Subject Index 1006pp Paperback IC

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The entirely rewritten Fifth Edition describes how nerve cells transmit signals, how the signals are put together, and how, out of this integration, higher functions emerge, beginning with the anatomy and physiology of the visual system. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM • PART II: ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF NEURONS AND GLIA • PART III: INTERCELLULAR COMMUNICATION • PART IV: INTEGRATIVE MECHANISMS • PART V: SENSATION AND MOVEMENT • PART VI: DEVELOPMENT AND REGENERATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM • PART VII: CONCLUSION A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 580pp Hardback

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BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY What’s New in This Edition

Biological Psychology An Introduction to Behavioral, Cognitive, and Clinical Neuroscience 7th edition S. Marc Breedlove, Michigan State University, USA and Neil V. Watson, Simon Fraser University, Canada Sinauer Associates, Inc.

The Seventh Edition offers a comprehensive survey of the biological bases of behaviour designed for undergraduates enrolled in biological psychology, physiological psychology, or behavioural neuroscience courses. It offers a broad perspective, encompassing lucid descriptions of behaviour, evolutionary history, development, proximate mechanisms, and applications.

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• ‘The Cutting Edge’ feature highlights important discoveries, relating the latest findings while illustrating the logic and methodology of experimentation and hypothesis testing. • Each chapter now ends with a newly created ‘Visual Summary,’ a poster-like layout that organizes the material graphically and directs students to the figures that reinforce each point. • All of the figures have been revised to achieve a contemporary graphic look with an outstanding fullcolour art program, including hundreds of original illustrations that make it easy to understand structures, mechanisms, and processes in the brain. • Over 400 new citations keep the text current. Thorough and reader-friendly, Biological Psychology, Seventh Edition reveals the fascinating interactions of brain and behaviour.

Online Resources • The continuously updated Biological Psychology NewsLink site (www.biopsychology.com/news) provides links to thousands of news stories in the field. • The Companion Website (www.biopsychology.com) offers a wide range of study and review resources to help students master the material presented in the textbook, as well as coverage of additional topics: Self-Study Questions, Animations & Videos, Activities, Online Quizzes, Flashcards & Key Terms activities, and more. • The Instructor Resource Library offers Animations and Videos, Figures and Tables, an • Instructor Manual, Lecture Presentations, and a Test Bank.

CONTENTS Biological Psychology: Scope and Outlook • PART I: BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR • Functional Neuroanatomy: The Nervous System and Behavior • Neurophysiology: The Generation, Transmission, and Integration of Neural Signals • The Chemistry of Behavior: Neurotransmitters and Neuropharmacology • Hormones and the Brain • PART II: EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM • Evolution of the Brain and Behavior • Life-Span Development of the Brain and Behavior • PART III: BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR • General Principles of Sensory Processing, Touch, and Pain • Hearing, Vestibular Perception, Taste, and Smell • Vision: From Eye to Brain • Motor Control and Plasticity • PART IV: REGULATION AND BEHAVIOR • Sex: Evolutionary, Hormonal, and Neural Bases • Homeostasis: Active Regulation of the Internal Environment • Biological Rhythms, Sleep, and Dreaming • PART V: EMOTIONS AND MENTAL DISORDERS • Emotions, Aggression, and Stress • Psychopathology: Biological Basis of Behavioral Disorders • PART VI: COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE • Learning and Memory • Attention and Higher Cognition • Language and Hemispheric Asymmetry 633pp Hardback IC

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An Introduction to Brain and Behavior International Edition

Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology 6th edition

4th edition

Bryan Kolb and Ian Q. Whishaw, both at University of Lethbridge, Canada

Bryan Kolb and Ian Q. Whishaw, both at University of Lethbridge, Canada Worth Publishers - A Macmillan Higher Education Company

Authored by renowned researchers and veteran teachers, this book helps students connect nervous-system activity to human behaviour. Drawing on the latest research and revealing case studies, the fourth edition features a new theme of epigenetics, expanded pedagogy, and updated coverage throughout. Contents: What Are the Origins of Brain and Behavior? • How Does the Nervous System Function? • What Are the Functional Units of the Nervous System? • How Do Neurons Use Electrical Activity to Transmit Information? • How Do Neurons Use Electrochemical Signals to Communicate and Adapt? • How Do Drugs and Hormones Influence the Brain and Behavior? • How Do We Study the Brain’s Structure and Functions? • How Does the Nervous System Develop and Adapt? • How Do We Sense, Perceive, and See the World? • How Do We Hear, Speak, and Make Music? • How Does the Nervous System Respond to Stimulation and Produce Movement? • What Causes Emotional and Motivated Behavior? • Why Do We Sleep and Dream? • How Do We Learn and Remember? • How Does the Brain Think? • What Happens When the Brain Misbehaves? 608pp Paperback IC

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A scholarly guide to human neuropsychology with a clinical focus throughout. Thorough coverage of brain evolution unites the study of its anatomy and physiology with an understanding of its cognitive, experimental and clinical psychological functions. Contents: PART I: BACKGROUND • PART II: CORTICAL ORGANIZATION • PART III: CORTICAL FUNCTIONS • PART IV: HIGHER FUNCTIONS • PART V: PLASTICITY AND DISORDERS A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 764pp Hardback IC

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Behavioral Genetics 6th edition

Getting Your Head Around The Brain

Robert Plomin, Institute of Psychiatry, UK, John C. DeFries, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA, Valerie S. Knopik, Rhode Island Hospital, Brown University, USA and Jenae M. Neiderhiser, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Amanda Ellison, Durham University, UK ‘Dr Amanda Ellison has pulled off an amazing feat. This book explains the structure and function of our brain in such a way that neuroanatomy and neurophysiology become not only easy to understand but also fun to read about!’ - Dr Erik Corthout, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

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Thoroughly revised, with expanded coverage of genetics and the environment, brain imaging and more, the sixth edition provides an up-to-date overview of human and animal behavioural genetics, the field’s underlying principles, recent advances and ongoing controversies. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 560pp Hardback IC

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David Linden, Cardiff University, UK ‘This timely and well researched text is an engaging and thorough exploration of the biological basis of psychological disorders and their pharmacological treatment. It will be a superb source for those with an interest in medicine, neuroscience, biopsychology and psychopharmacology.’ - Nikola Bridges, University of Central Lancashire, UK

This short, friendly introduction to the brain will help students understand more about the links between the brain and behaviour. Following the BPS accredited syllabus for biological psychology, its accessible structure, multiple examples and engaging tone make this book ideal introductory reading.

Covering a broad range of psychological disorders, their biological underpinnings, and the latest principles of pharmacological treatment, this book is essential reading for students specialising in biological psychology or seeking to contextualise their studies of cognitive and clinical neuroscience.

Contents: Engage Your Brain • The Nitty Gritty • What a Sensation • See What I Mean? • Now Hear This • Moving On • How do Your Neurons Grow? • Oh DO Behave • Just Sleep on it • Let’s Talk about Sex • Second that Emotion • Memories are Made of This • You’d Better Think • Put it all Together...

Contents: PART I: BASIC NEUROSCIENCE AND RESEARCH METHODS • PART II PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY • PART III: CLINICAL DISORDERS

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The Biology of Psychological Disorders

September 2012 9780230298552 £14.99

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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND MENTAL HEALTH REVIEWS ‘This is the book that I have been waiting years to see. Superb, thoroughly researched and intellectually refreshing – a game changer in the field. It should be mandatory reading on every psychology course not just those dealing with mental health issues.’ - Ron Roberts, Kingston University, UK ‘This book is perfect for anybody who wants to understand psychological distress and offers a genuine alternative to diagnosis and medication.’ - Peter Kinderman, University of Liverpool, UK

Psychology, Mental Health and Distress John Cromby, University of Loughborough, UK, David Harper, University of East London, UK and Paula Reavey, London South Bank University, UK

The first mainstream text to reconsider the traditional emphasis for what is commonly known as ‘abnormal psychology’. Providing a comprehensive account of mental distress, this text challenges your preconceptions about what you think you know about mental health. Includes a foreword by award winning Richard Bentall and a chapter written by services users.

‘This is one of the most important psychology books of recent years and will doubtless become the main textbook for most ‘Abnormal Psychology’ courses.’ - Anne Cooke, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK ‘The book gives an excellent introduction to the field of Abnormal Psychology and could be read by students, academics, service users and clinical psychologists, both to understand the different causes of mental distress and how these problems can be best treated.’ - Roger Hagen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway ‘This book is the first of its kind, providing an accessible, engaging and refreshing take on the standard material, assembled by an impressive team of world-class scholars. This is an important and revolutionary resource for students and scholars alike.’ - Michelle LaFrance, St Thomas University, Canada

KEY FEATURES UNIQUE AND MUCH-NEEDED APPROACH The first mainstream textbook to break away from outdated ways of thinking about mental health and distress, and take a contemporary approach that lecturers have been calling for. UNRIVALLED AUTHOR TEAM Written by a team of expert and experienced authors, including a foreword by Richard Bentall, a bestselling Penguin author whose Madness Explained won the 2004 BPS Book Award. INCLUDES CONTENT WRITTEN BY SERVICE USERS The book’s bold and innovative approach includes a chapter written by service users - a first for psychology textbook publishing, and a vital way to ensure that students can understand the nuances of this emotionallycharged and often contentious topic. CONTENTS Foreword  From Disorder to Experience  History  Culture  Biology  Diagnosis and Formulation  Causal Influences  Service Users and Survivors  Interventions  Sadness and Worry  Sexuality and Gender  Madness  Distressing Bodies and Eating  Disordered Personalities? 452pp March 2013 Hardback £70.00 9780230549555 Paperback £38.99 9780230549562 IC

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Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology

Abnormal Psychology

International Edition

8th edition

International Edition

7th edition

Ronald J. Comer, Princeton University, USA

Ronald J. Comer, Princeton University, USA Worth Publishers - A Macmillan Higher Education Company

This text is ideal for introducing students to the realities of living with, treating and researching psychological disorders. Using a multitude of examples of real people and disorders, Comer presents the material in a way that connects to students’ lives. The new edition fully embraces diagnostic and definition changes introduced by the DSM-5. Contents: PART I: ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN SCIENCE AND CLINICAL PRACTICE • PART II: PROBLEMS OF STRESS AND ANXIETY • PART III: PROBLEMS OF THE MIND AND BODY • PART IV: PROBLEMS OF PSYCHOSIS AND THE COGNITIVE FUNCTION • PART V: LIFE-SPAN PROBLEMS • PART VI: CONCLUSION A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 489pp Paperback Ebook

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This best-selling text engages students with integrated coverage of theory, diagnosis, and treatment, a wideranging cross-cultural perspective, and a compassionate emphasis on the real-life impact of mental illness. Contents: Abnormal Psychology: Past and Present • Research in Abnormal Psychology • Models of Abnormality • Clinical Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment • Anxiety Disorders • Stress Disorders • Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders • Mood Disorders • Treatments for Mood Disorders • Suicide • Eating Disorders • Substance-Related Disorders • Sexual Disorders and Gender Identity Disorder • Schizophrenia • Treatments for Schizophrenia and Other Severe Mental Disorders • Personality Disorders • Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence • Disorders of Aging and Cognition • Society and the Mental Health Profession 736pp Paperback Ebook

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KEY FEATURES • Clinical Emphasis with Real-Life Features In each of the disorder chapters, two types of real-life cases help students put a human face on disorders. ‘From the Outside’ cases are third-person accounts and come from clinical literature, while ‘From the Inside’ cases are firstperson accounts of individuals living or coping with a psychological disorder. • Current Research

Abnormal Psychology

As one of the foremost researchers in cognitive neuroscience, Stephen Kosslyn is able to incorporate the latest research, technologies, and theories about the brain and how it relates to human behaviour, and in doing so goes beyond the traditional look at disorders.

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Robin Rosenberg and Stephen Kosslyn, formerly of Harvard University, USA and Stanford University, USA

Robin Rosenberg and Stephen Kosslyn are accomplished communicators for both undergraduate and general audiences.

Rosenberg and Kosslyn’s Abnormal Psychology brings students to the very forefront of the study of the brain and its role in psychological disorders, and helps them to understand both the scientific foundations and the personal impact of mental illness. This new edition brings forward the book’s distinctive emphasis on the dynamic interplay between the neurological, psychological, and social factors involved in understanding psychological disorders and their treatment, and matches the latest research with riveting human examples.

WHAT’S NEW • ‘Controversies in the Field’ This new feature provides an objective overview of some of the most fascinating and controversial topics in the discipline, and gets students thinking about key issues, including: creativity and mental illness; EMDR treatment; treatment for alcoholism, treatment of psychopaths; disruptive mood dysregulation disorder and body dismorphic disorder.

• Coverage of DSM-5 Abnormal Psychology is perfectly timed to incorporate the changes introduced by the new DSM-5, as well as to offer expert analysis of the diagnostic changes and the debates caused by the DSM-5’s release. • New Design This second edition features a competely redesigned layout and art program, including an engaging new interactive photo feature called ‘Getting the Picture’. CONTENTS The History of Abnormal Psychology  Understanding Psychological Disorders: The Neuropsychosocial Approach  Clinical Diagnosis and Assessment  Research Methods  Mood Disorders and Suicide  Anxiety Disorders  Obsessive-Compulsive-Related and TraumaRelated Disorders  Dissociative and Somatic Symptom Disorders  Substance Use Disorders  Eating Disorders  Gender and Sexual Disorders  Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders  Personality Disorders  Neurodevelopmental Disorders  Neurocognitive Disorders  Ethical and Legal Issues 960pp Hardback New

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Community Psychology & the Socio-economics of Mental Distress

Community Psychology

Empathy

In Pursuit of Liberation and Well-being

What it is and why it matters

2nd edition

International Perspectives Edited by Carl Walker, Katherine Johnson and Liz Cunningham, all at University of Brighton, UK ‘This book should be essential reading for all who are interested in the root causes of mental distress. The editors are to be congratulated for assembling chapters written from different parts of the world tackling issues that other analyses don’t reach, particularly relating to socio-economic trends and globalisation – authentic community psychology at its best.’ - Carolyn Kagan, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Drawing on a wealth of experience and examples, this book offers an essential guide to the political global context of this fast-developing area of psychology. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 304pp Paperback Ebook

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David Howe OBE, Emeritus Professor, University of East Anglia, UK

Edited by Geoffrey Nelson, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada and Isaac Prilleltensky, University of Miami, USA ‘This definitive introduction should be a key text for any course in the field of community psychology... It balances theoretical insights with practical guidelines which will appeal to students and tutors alike.’ – Dr Katherine Johnson, University of Brighton, UK The book introduces the history and values of community psychology, showing how research can be applied to a range of social issues through theoritical commentaries, international examples and theoretical ideas. Contents: PART I: CONTEXT AND OVERVIEW • PART II: VALUES, PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTUAL TOOLS • PART III: TOOLS FOR ACTION • PART IV: TOOLS FOR RESEARCH • PART V: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER: ADDRESSING THE ISSUES • PART VI: LOOKING TOWARDS THE FUTURE 640pp Paperback Ebook

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Empathy is profoundly important for understanding people’s feelings and behaviour. It is not only an essential skill in conducting successful personal and working relationships, it also helps us understand what makes people moral and societies decent. David Howe invites the reader on an illuminating journey of discovery into how empathy was first conceptualised and how its influence has steadily risen and spread. He captures its growing significance in many fields, from evolutionary psychology and brain science to moral philosophy and mental health; and eloquently explains its importance to child development, intimate relationships, therapy, the creative arts, neurology and ethics. A Full Table of Contents is available at: www.palgrave.com 248pp Paperback IC

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Julien's Primer of Drug Action

Psychopharmacology

Intoxication and Society

Drugs, The Brain, and Behavior

Problematic Pleasures of Drugs and Alcohol

13th edition

2nd edition Claire D. Advokat, Louisiana State University, USA, Joseph Comaty, Louisiana State Office of Mental Health, USA and Robert M. Julien, St Vincent Hospital and Medical Center, USA Worth Publishers - A Macmillan Higher Education Company

Edition after edition, this textbook evolves side by side with the field it covers, creating a comprehensive, current guide to psychopharmacology. The excellent author team have experience of both teaching in the field and conducting research, which allows them to critically evaluate the scientific and clinical literature. Contents: PART I: BIOLOGICAL BASIS OF DRUG ACTION • PART II: PHARMACOLOGY OF DRUGS OF ABUSE • PART III: DRUGS USED TO TREAT PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS • PART IV: SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND INTEGRATION A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 704pp Paperback New

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Edited by Jonathan Herring, Exeter College Oxford, UK, Ciaran Regan, University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland, Darin Weinberg, University of Cambridge, UK and Phil Withington, University of Sheffield, UK

Jerrold S. Meyer, Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, USA and Linda F. Quenzer, University of Hartford, USA Sinauer Associates, Inc.

Extensively updated throughout, the second edition includes new chapters on neurodegenerative diseases and the effects of neurotoxicants as well as a new and timely discussion of emerging substances of abuse. Contents: Principles of Pharmacology • Structure and Function of the Nervous System • Chemical Signaling by Neurotransmitters and Hormones • Methods of Research in Psychopharmacology • Catecholamines • Serotonin • Acetylcholine • Glutamate and GABA • Drug Abuse and Addiction • Alcohol • The Opioids • Psychomotor Stimulants: Cocaine and the Amphetamines • Nicotine and Caffeine • Marijuana and the Cannabinoids • Hallucinogens, PCP, and Ketamine • Inhalants, GHB, and Anabolic–Androgenic Steroids • Environmental Neurotoxicants and Endocrine Disruptors • Anxiety Disorders: Sedative-Hypnotic and Anxiolytic Drugs • Affective Disorders: Antidepressants and Mood Stabilizers • Schizophrenia: Antipsychotic Drugs • Neurodegenerative Diseases 722pp Hardback IC

Alcohol and illicit drugs play a prominent role in our society. This important collection presents a subtle historical and contemporary rereading of the social construction of intoxication, using cutting edge sociological, scientific, legal and ethical analysis. Contents: PART I: THE FORMATION OF EXPERTISE • PART II: SPATIAL POLITICS • PART III: CULTURE AND PRACTICE • PART IV: INTOXICATION AND THE SELF • PART V: LAW, MORALITY AND SCIENCE A Full Table of Contents is available at: www.palgrave.com 320pp Paperback

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Edited by Peter Redman, The Open University, UK Stephen Frosh, Birkbeck, University of London, UK Wendy Hollway, The Open University, UK

Studies in the Psychosocial

Psychosocial Studies seeks to investigate the ways in which psychic and social processes demand to be understood as always implicated in each other, as mutually constitutive, co-produced, or abstracted levels of a single dialectical process. As such it can be understood as an interdisciplinary field in search of transdisciplinary objects of knowledge. Psychosocial Studies is also distinguished by its emphasis on affect, the irrational and unconscious processes, often, but not necessarily, understood psychoanalytically. Studies in the Psychosocial aims to foster the development of this field by publishing high quality and innovative monographs and edited collections. The series welcomes submissions from a range of theoretical perspectives and disciplinary orientations, including sociology, social and critical psychology, political science, postcolonial studies, feminist studies, queer studies, management and organization studies, cultural and media studies and psychoanalysis. However, in keeping with the inter- or transdisciplinary character of psychosocial analysis, books in the series will generally pass beyond their points of origin to generate concepts, understandings and forms of investigation that are distinctively psychosocial in character.

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APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY

A Psychologist's Casebook of Crime

Forensic Psychology in Practice

From Arson to Voyeurism

A Practitioner’s Handbook

Edited by Belinda Winder and Philip Banyard, both at Nottingham Trent University, UK ‘This should become a key text in the world of forensic psychology. It provides a clear road map of contemporary issues and themes in the field...with clarity and transparency.’ - Peter Jones, Bournemouth University, UK Contents: Prologue; G.Milano • Introduction; B.Winder and P.Banyard • Arson; A.Daykin and L.Hamilton • Burglary; D.Putwain • Domestic Violence; W.Morgan and E.Gilchrist • Drug Offences; G.W.Smith and J.Clough • Fraud; D.Rowson and B.Winder • Gangs; E.Scowcroft, P.Banyard and B.Winder • Internet Sex Offences; K.Sheldon • Murder; D.Wilson • Paedophilia and Sexual Child Contact Offences; B.Winder and K.Thorne • Rape of Adults; N. Blagden, S.Pemberton and C.Breed • Shoplifting and Kleptomania; A.McNally and L.Hamilton • Stalking; M.Foellmi, J.Cahall and B.Rosenfeld • Violent Crime: Robbery and Assault; M.Takarangi and H.D.Flowe • Voyeurism, Exhibitionism and other Non-contact Sexual Offences; K.Hocken and K.Thorne • Conclusion; B.Winder and P.Banyard 352pp Paperback

June 2012 9780230242746 £28.99

Edited by Joanna Clarke, University of York, UK and Pamela Wilson, Pamela Wilson Associates Ltd, UK ‘This volume will be an invaluable addition to anyone in the field, whether they are practitioners, students or academics. In this edited book there are important contributions from those working in the field, covering the broad range of topics pertinent to forensic psychology in the UK and elsewhere.’ - Anthony Beech, Professor, University of Birmingham, UK Packed with case illustrations and practical advice, this unique book combines the theory and practice of forensic psychology. The authors’ expertise and guidance make this a must-read for those wanting to understand how forensic psychologists deal with challenging settings. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 264pp Paperback

November 2012 9780230247772 £28.99

Child Forensic Psychology Victim and Eyewitness Memory Edited by Robyn E. Holliday, University of Leicester, UK and Tammy A. Marche, University of Saskatchewan, Canada ‘Drawing upon specially selected, leading experts, this book covers a uniquely wide range of perspectives making it a must for both students, and for the specialist researcher.’ – Dr Charlotte Coleman, Sheffield Hallam University, UK Using real-life criminal cases to illustrate theory and practices, this is important reading for those seeking to understand children as witnesses and as victims in forensic psychology. Ideal for students and practitioners of both developmental and forensic psychology, it offers fascinating insight into the mysteries of child forensic psychology. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 312pp Paperback

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Health Psychology A Biosocial Approach

Advances in Health Psychology Critical Approaches

4th edition

Edited by Christine Horrocks, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK and Sally Johnson, University of Bradford, UK

Richard O. Straub, University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA Worth Publishers - A Macmillan Higher Education Company

‘Intelligently written in a way that reflects the complexity of issues and the current state of health psychology research. The integration of material related to diversity is also a key strength of this text. I haven’t seen any other textbook that accomplishes this as well.’ - Donna Henderson-King, Grand Valley State University, USA Rick Straub’s focus on the biopsychosocial model, gender/lifespan/culture perspectives and real world applications makes Health Psychology a riveting educational experience for students. The new edition has been carefully reworked and extensively updated, enhanced by Straub’s meticulous revision process and feedback from lecturers and students. A wealth of new material covers exercise, sleep, and injury prevention; positive psychology; epigenetics; the DSM-5 revision; biological verification of health outcome measures; the latest research methodologies; and more. Contents: PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY • Introducing Health Psychology • Research in Health Psychology • Biological Foundations of Health and Illness • PART II: STRESS AND HEALTH • Stress • Coping with Stress • PART III: BEHAVIOR AND HEALTH • Positive Psychology and Primary Prevention • Nutrition, Obesity, and Eating Disorders • Substance Abuse • PART IV: CHRONIC AND LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESSES • Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes • Cancer • HIV and AIDS • PART V: SEEKING TREATMENT • Health Care and Patient Behavior • Managing Pain • Complementary and Alternative Medicine • Epilogue: Health Psychology Today and Tomorrow 705pp Hardback New

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‘This [book] will advance the way that health psychology is understood and practiced. [It] offers valuable reading for health psychologists and other researchers and practitioners in the field of health seeking to understand how critical perspectives can make a tangible difference for health.’ - Kerry Chamberlain, Professor of Health Psychology, Massey University, New Zealand This edited volume offers cutting edge coverage of current thinking in the field. With a focus on contemporary issues, academics and practitioners consider how the movement can continue to contribute to social and political change. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 248 pp Paperback Ebook

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A Research Guide for Health and Clinical Psychology

Sport Psychology Contemporary Themes 2nd edition David Lavallee, University of Stirling, UK, John Kremer, Queen’s University Belfast, UK, Aidan Moran, University College, Dublin, Republic of Ireland and Mark Williams, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Martin Dempster, Queen’s University Belfast, UK ‘The best book on research methodology that I have ever read.’ - Richard Cooke, Aston University, UK Focusing on how to demonstrate research abilities in an applied setting, this is vital reading for any trainee health and clinical psychologist about to embark on a research project. Dempster guides the reader through each aspect of the process, providing practical answers to the questions that other textbooks seldom address. Contents: The Role of Research in Clinical and Health Psychology • Systematic Literature Reviews • Developing a Research Proposal • Designing Quantitative Research • Analysing Quantitative Data • Qualitative Research: General Questions • Qualitative Research: Theoretical Approaches • Evaluating Psychological Services • Research Write-up, Viva and Dissemination 208pp Paperback

October 2011 9780230279193 £26.99

‘Lavallee, Kremer, Moran and Williams... have produced a ‘must read’ second edition. Covering the core topics within the discipline in a consistent and systematic ‘theory to practice’ format, the book delivers an interesting, insightful and informative read.’ - Ian Maynard, Sheffield Hallam University, UK This second edition combines theory, research and empirical evidence to provide a comprehensive, introductory text, suitable for core use. All chapters have been updated, including new content on metaimagery and self harm in sport, as well as new case examples throughout. 360 pp Paperback Ebook

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Understanding Addiction Behaviours Theoretical & Clinical Practice in Health and Social Care G.Hussein Rassool, Director and Visiting Professor, Intercultural Therapy Centre, Mauritius ‘...A comprehensive snap shot of the fast changing context of addiction and substance use.’ - Darren Hill, Senior Lecturer in Social Work and Substance Use, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK Are you looking for a book that is about more than just drugs or alcohol misuse? This comprehensive text uniquely examines both pharmacological and non-pharmacological addictions. Highlighting the multi-professional nature of work in this area, it examines current theory and research, effects, assessment and intervention strategies available. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com 312pp Paperback IC

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Industrial Organizational Psychology

Consumer Behavior Perspectives, Findings and Explanations

4th edition Paul E. Levy, University of Akron, USA Worth Publishers - A Macmillan Higher Education Company

The fourth edition introduces students to the psychological factors active in the workplace, including the psychology of the workforce, employee health and well-being, and various dynamics of work interaction. It includes recent studies focusing on new technologies, new work habits, and newly emergent organizational structures.
 Contents: I/O Psychology: Then and Now • Research Methods in I/O Psychology • Job Analysis • Criterion Measurement • Performance Appraisal • Predictors • Selection Decisions and Personnel Law • Training and Development • Motivation • Job Attitudes: Antecedents and Consequences • Stress and Worker Well-Being • Group Process and Work Teams • Leadership • Organizational Theory and Development 528 pp Hardback IC

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John O’Shaughnessy, Emeritus, Columbia Business School, USA ‘This much-needed text clearly explains the importance of understanding how perspectives such as ethnopsychology, psychoanalysis and sociology construct and organize radically different understandings of the consumer.’ - John Desmond, University of St. Andrews, UK This high level textbook discusses different perspectives in consumer behaviour and draws on real life case studies to enable students to critically approach and evaluate behavioural concepts. Contents: Introduction: Perspectivism and Other Basic Notions for Understanding the Social Sciences • Ethnopsychology • Behaviourism • Psychoanalytic Psychology • Cognitive Psychology • Cognitive Neuroscience • Microeconomics (Rational Choice Theory) • Behavioural Economics • Social Psychology • Sociology • Cultural Anthropology 536pp Paperback IC

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