PSYC 101, PSYC 102
The textbooks that follow represent the most current physical holdings available in the library for your particular course. This list, however, should not be considered exhaustive, so make sure to visit the library catalogue to explore the many other valuable resources that the library has to offer.
|Psychology 101 and Psychology 102 Library Resources||Library Call Number|
|American Psychological Association (2010) Publication Manual for the American Psychological Association. 6th Edition. . Washington, DC : American Psychological Association.||BF 76.7 .P83 2010|
|Benjafield, John G. (1996). A History of Psychology. . Boston : Allyn and Bacon.||BF 81 .B3 1996|
|Carlson, Neil R. et. al. (2005) Psychology: The Science of Behaviour. 3rd Canadian Edition.. Toronto : Allyn and Bacon.||BF 121 .P835 2002|
|Colman, Andrew M. (2003) A Dictionary of Psychology. New York : Oxford University Press.||BF 31 .C65 2003|
|Coren, Stanley. (1999) Sensation and Perception. 5th Edition. . Fort Worth : Harcourt Brace College Publishers.||BF 233 .C59 1999|
|Eysenck, Michael. (2000). Cognitive Psychology: A student’s handbook. 5th Edition. Hove : Psychology Press.||BF 311 .E94 2000|
|Kagan, Jerome. (2004). Kagan and Segal’s Psychology: An Introduction.9 th Edition. Belmont, CA : Thomson/Wadsworth.||BF 121 .K22 2004|
|Lahey, Benjamin B. (2004). Psychology: An Introduction. 8th Edition. Boston, Mass. : McGraw-Hill.||BF 121 .L214 2004|
|Matlin, Margaret W. (2005). Cognition. 6th Edition. [New York] : John Wiley & Sons.||BF 311 .M426 2005|
|Morris, Charles G. (2002). Psychology: An Introduction. 11th Edition. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.||BF 121 .M598 2002|
|Myers, David G. (2007). Psychology: First Canadian Edition. New York, N.Y. : Worth Publishers.||BF 121 .M947 2007|
|Northey, Margot. (2007) Making Sense: A Student’s Guide to Research and Writing in Psychology and the Life Sciences. . Don Mills, Ont. : Oxford University Press.||LB 2369 .N67 2007|
|Rathus, Spencer A. (2008). Psychology: Concepts and Connections. Ohio: Cenguage Learning.||BF 121 .R348 2008|
|Rosenzweig, Mark R. (2002) Biological Psychology: An Introduction to Behavioral,Cognitive, Clinical Neuroscience. Sunderland, Mass. : Sinauer.||QP 360 .R658 2002|
|Sternberg, Robert J. (1993) Psychologist’s Companion: A Guide to Scientific Writing for Students and Researchers. 3th Edition. . New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press.||BF 76.8 .S73 1993|
|Wade, Carole. (2000). Psychology. 6th Edition. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall.||BF 121 .W27 2000|
|Weiten, Wayne. (2008). Psychology: Themes and Variations. 7 th Edition. . Belmont, CA : Thomson/Wadsworth.||BF 121 .W45 2008|
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