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Psychology: European Edition is a landmark new textbook for introductory psychology modules. Written by world-renowned researchers who are also award-winning popular science authors, the book introduces students to the core areas of this broad and fast-moving field with irresistible enthusiasm, insight, and humour. Psychology: European Edition features: • Totally up-to-date research coverage and a modern neuroscientific approach • A storytelling style that deftly weaves the historical with the contemporary • An innovative approach that highlights how insights into the mind are often derived from slips and errors – what the authors term mindbugs • Comprehensive coverage without unmanageable detail • A full range of pedagogical features, including Hot science boxes on cutting-edge research, and The real world boxes on psychology in everyday life • Fully adapted and new content for European students written by an eminent psychologist at Bristol University, UK who is also a renowned communicator of science. The Psychology: European Edition online package includes an extensive array of high-quality materials for lecturers and students. Lecturer materials include: • 2500 question testbank: multiple choice and true/false questions adapted by Bruce Hood for the European Edition • Worth Digital Media Archive: 64 video clips of classic and more recent experiments, interviews with psychologists and 3D brain models • Lecturer manual: containing lecture suggestions, discussion questions, class exercises, essay questions with guideline answers, a media planner and a BPS syllabus matrix • PowerPoint slides complete with figures and tables for every chapter. Student materials include: • PsychSim 5: an online activity program placing students in simulated research as the experimenter or subject, and dynamic demonstrations illustrating key psychological principles • Multiple choice questions, video and web assignments and weblinks, written and compiled by Bruce Hood • Additional information on studying psychology for Scandinavian students.