A Dictionary of Psychology (3 ed.)
Andrew M. Colman
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‘Comprehensive, sound, readable, and up-to-date, this is probably the best single-volume dictionary of its kind … Essential wherever psychology matters’-Library Journal
With over 9,300 authoritative and up-to-date entries, this best-selling dictionary covers all branches of psychology, including psychoanalysis, psychiatry, criminology, neuroscience, and statistics. It features comprehensive coverage of key areas, for example: cognition, sensation and perception, emotion and motivation, learning and skills, language, mental disorder, and research methods. Entries provide clear and concise definitions, word origins and derivations, and are extensively cross-referenced for ease of use. Over 80 illustrations complement the text.
A Dictionary of Psychology is an invaluable work of reference for students and teachers of psychology and related disciplines, professionals, and is ideally suited to anyone with an interest in the workings of the mind.
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Andrew M. Colman,
Andrew M. Colman is Professor of Psychology at the University of Leicester and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society. He has authored numerous journal journal articles and several books, including Facts, Fallacies and Frauds in Psychology (1987), Game Theory and its Applications in the Social and Biological Sciences (2nd edn, 1995), What is Psychology? (3rd edn, 1994), and A Crash Course in SPSS for Windows (4th edition, co-authored with Briony D. Pulford, 2008).