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Introducing Psychology: A Graphic Guide Paperback – October 14, 2003
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Nigel C. Benson is a lecturer in Philosophy and Psychology at Barnfield College, Luton.
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This book is a quick and entertaining read, and it will probably perk your interest to read more in the field.
Note: After only a few weeks the book has begun to fall apart. The binding has begun to fail and pages are coming loose.
The story brought by the author is easy to digest without actually neglecting the more difficult concepts. Because this book must clearly be seen as a first glimpse into the fascinating world of psychology, it does not dive too deep into the subjects, but highlights the basic ideas. Further reading is clearly encouraged by making strong recommendations for books to read. As extra further information on how to start the study of psychology is given.
The main assets of this book -and the whole series for that matter- are the tongue-in-cheek illustrations. Although sometimes the depictions are quite absurd, they do help in bringing the reader better understanding of the concepts explained in the text. But even more important, they make this clever book a joy to read.
Introducing Psychology is a must read for everyone who shows interest in the area of psychology and its applications.
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In a easy to read book .
you won’t need a diploma understand what’s going on