Get Psyched! Psychology for Year 10 by Meg Mulcahy, Jodie Warner
  

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Get Psyched! Psychology for Year 10 by Meg Mulcahy, Jodie Warner

Incorporating contemporary case studies and the latest in Australian and international research, Get Psyched is the ideal introduction to the fascinating world of psychology. This textbook combines topics that will intrigue and beguile - ranging from the art of happiness to the dark side of human nature - with a strong science focus that reflects current approaches to psychology. Additional online student support resources, including an electronic version of the student textbook and links to a range of up-to-date articles, case studies, interactive sites and YouTube(R) experiments, are available free for users of Get Psyched. Teachers also have online access to a range of activities with answers, PowerPoint presentations, answers to all the questions from this textbook and more. Visit www.cambridge.edu.au/GO.

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Format

Paperback
158 pages

Author

Meg Mulcahy, Jodie Warner
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

14th February 2011

ISBN

9780521188487


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