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I am selling all my old degree study text books. I graduated in about 2008 but I suppose they still comprise the syllabus for reading pretty closely now.

They are:

Vasta, Haith,Milelr Child Psychology the modern science 3rd edition
Gazzinga,,Ivry Cognitive Neuroscience the biology of the mind
Gleitman,Fredlund Psychology tithe edition
Marie Banich neuropsychology - An neural basis for mental function
Ryan/Joiner Minitab handbook 4th edition (paperback)
john Pearce Animal Learning and cognition 2nd edition (paperback)
Randy nelson An introduction to behavioural endocrinology
RHS Carpenter Neurophysiology 3rd Edition (paperback)
Howell Statistical methods for psychology 4th edition
Martyn Barrett The development of language (paperback)
Garnham/Oakhill Thinking and reasoning (paperback)
Fiske & taylor Social Cognition 2nd Edition (paperback)
Goodman and Gilman The pharmacological basis of therapeutics
Anastasi & urbina Psychological testing - 7th edition
Kalat Biological psychologyq7th edition
coren, Ward and Enns sensation and perceptiion 5th edition

I'll sell the lot for £50
Based in Whickham for collection
I could drop them off.
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