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Classic Case Studies in Psychology | Paperback

Released on 30 June 2005

Author: Geoff Rolls | Format: Paperback

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Heard about the child who was locked away from the world until the age of 13? Or the man who was turned on by prams? From the woman with multiple personalities, to the man with no brain, this is a compelling collection of truly unique psychological case studies. A strange book full of even stranger stories, "Classic Case Studies in Psychology" is a collection of fascinating human stories. Some are well-known case studies, others are almost completely unknown. All present revealing insights into the human mind and behaviour, giving a whole new perspective on the mystery of human psychology. "Classic Case Studies in Psychology" is for everyone who's ever wondered about the stranger side of life. It requires no prior knowledge of psychology - just an open mind. Prepare to be amazed!

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 A great insight in psychology

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I brought this book whilst completing my A Level in Psychology for background reading and was impressed it includes the case studies of Genie and Kitty Genovese and others including a boy with OCD and twin studies.

The book goes over case studies and the impact they had on psychology, it also goes on to explain the findings of the studies and provides supporting and conflicting commentary.

The book is user friendly unlike a lot of text books, it is very easy to just pick up to read even if you have little knowledge of Psychology.

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AuthorGeoff Rolls
PublisherHodder Education (United Kingdom)
Year2005
ISBN9780340886922
FormatPaperback - 208 Pages
IllustrationsIllustrations