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  1. Textbooks 10 items
    1. Cognitive Psychology 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Available in the Library and as an e-book

    2. Comparative Psychology 2 items
    3. Social Psychology 6 items
      1. Social Psychology - Robbie Sutton, Karen Douglas 2013

        Book 

      2. There are also two core readings from Levine, J. & Hogg, M., eds. (2010). Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (to be made available):

      3. Social Identity Theory - Naomi Ellemers

        Chapter 

      4. Relative Deprivation - Iain Walker

        Chapter 

      5. For some topics, you may also find it helpful to consult relevant chapters in:

      6. Social psychology: revisiting the classic studies - Joanne R. Smith, S. Alexander Haslam 2012

        Book 

    4. Statistics and Methodology 1 item
      1. Research methods and data analysis for psychology - Stuart Wilson, Rory MacLean 2011

        Book 

  2. Cognitive Psychology 12 items
    1. Lecture 1: Working Memory part 1: Phonological and Spatial Working Memory 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Reading: Chapter 6, pp. 211-217. (Note: Eysenck & Keane textbook is available in the Library and as an e-book)

    2. Lecture 2: Working Memory part 2: The Central Executive 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Reading: Chapter 6, pp. 217-223.

    3. Lecture 3: Autobiographical memory 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Reading: Chapter 8, pp. 291-305.

    4. Lecture 4: The development of imagery 1 item
    5. Lecture 5: Attention 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Reading: Chapter 5, pp. 158-201.

    6. Lecture 6: Object Recognition 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Reading: Chapter 3, pp. 85-100.

    7. Lecture 7: Everyday memory: Eyewitness testimony and forgetting 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Reading: Chapter 6, pp. 233-249 and chapter 8, pp. 305-315.

    8. Lecture 8: The development of spatial cognition 1 item
      1. Development of spatial cognition - Marina Vasilyeva, Stella F. Lourenco 2012

        Article 

    9. Lecture 9: Reading 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Reading: Chapter 9, pp. 333-353.

    10. Lecture 10: Investigating language 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Reading: Chapter 11, pp. 442-453.

    11. Lecture 11: Expertise 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Reading: Chapter 12, pp. 483-498.

    12. Lecture 12: Cogntion and emotion 1 item
      1. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2010

        Book  Reading: Chapter 15, pp. 571-584

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