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The Incredibly Interesting Psychology Book

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Author: David Webb

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Paperback:
ISBN 10: 1484953991
ISBN 13: 978-1484953990

Things Are About To Get Interesting

This book will make you think, it will challenge your assumptions and make you exclaim "Well I never!" It is a book for anybody interested in psychology whatever their connection with the topic.

If you are a psychology student this book will confirm what a great decision you made to study this fascinating subject.

If you are thinking about studying psychology this book will convince you that you absolutely should.

If you teach psychology this book will provide you with plenty of engaging material to present in class.

And if you just have a general interest in the subject, this book will make you realize that psychology covers a variety of topics which are applicable to many people's lives, including your own.

A Passion For Psychology

Author David Webb has a first class honors degree in psychology and a Masters in Occupational psychology. For a number of years, he was a lecturer in psychology at the University of Huddersfield (UK).

He is the writer and host of four websites built around his teaching and research interests. Together these websites generate over 4 million yearly page views.

www.all-about-psychology.com

www.all-about-forensic-psychology.com

www.all-about-forensic-science.com

www.all-about-body-language.com

An active promoter of psychology through social media his psychology facebook page has over 80,000 followers (www.facebook.com/psychologyonline) and he is listed by The British Psychological Society among the top psychologists who tweet.

His psychology student guide published on the Kindle in 2012 is an International #1 Best Seller (www.amazon.com/dp/B009ZC2UOS)

"Richard Wiseman and I have often fantasised about opening a "Department of Interesting Psychology". If we do, your book will be on the reading list!" (Professor Christopher French)