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Hi everyone, I wanted to do some further reading on psychology to get a better understanding but I don't really know where to start, does anyone have any recommendations?
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Is this for pre university?
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Is this for pre university?
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Any particular area you want to be clued up on or just a general idea? Did you take it at A-level?
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I have taken it at A-level and there's no topic in particular I was thinking of just any you would recommend
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Any particular area you want to be clued up on or just a general idea? Did you take it at A-level?
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I’d love to know of some books that could help prior to the degree or even during the degree!
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I thought Kahneman Thinking fast and slow was good. Not a psychologist though.

Lots of other authors have had pop psy books out based on Kahneman's work but imo it's more sciency and less journalisty... i.e. you get more about the experimental design and a bit of career memoir.
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oooh thank you! Will take a look
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I thought Kahneman Thinking fast and slow was good. Not a psychologist though.

Lots of other authors have had pop psy books out based on Kahneman's work but imo it's more sciency and less journalisty... i.e. you get more about the experimental design and a bit of career memoir.
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I thought Kahneman Thinking fast and slow was good. Not a psychologist though.

Lots of other authors have had pop psy books out based on Kahneman's work but imo it's more sciency and less journalisty... i.e. you get more about the experimental design and a bit of career memoir.
Ye I read this for my ps too
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