Essential biological psychology.
Martin, G. Neil (2003) Essential biological psychology. Hodder Arnold. ISBN 9780340808979
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Essential Biological Psychology is an accessible, well-illustrated and well-written account of the study of the role of the body in behaviour and the effect of behaviour on the working of the body. The book describes the major topics within biopsychology, and evaluates the moset up-to-date findings, particularly within neuroscience and neuroimaging research. The Essential Psychology Series bridges the gap between simple introductiory texts aimed at pre-university students and higher level textbooks for upper level undergraduates. Each volume in the series is designed to provide concise yet up-to-date descriptions of the major areas of psychology for first year undergraduates or students taking psychology as a supplement to other courses of study. The authors, who are acknowledged experts in their field, explain the basics carefully and engagingly without the over-simplificiation often found in introductiory textbooks, at the same time providing the reader with insights into current thinking.
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