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I'm thinking about getting some psychology books as I plan on going into psychology in the future. Does anyone have any recommendations?
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I'm thinking about getting some psychology books as I plan on going into psychology in the future. Does anyone have any recommendations?
Hi @thrivingfrog ...how are you?

I've heard that this is a good psychology book -

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/.../9781119095699

I'm sure some others will come along and provide recommendations

Leanne
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I'm thinking about getting some psychology books as I plan on going into psychology in the future. Does anyone have any recommendations?
Hiya,
I found 'The man who mistook his wife for a hat' by Oliver Sacks a really interesting easy read for learning about some case studies and disorders in psychology!
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I'm thinking about getting some psychology books as I plan on going into psychology in the future. Does anyone have any recommendations?
Hi thrivingfrog,

You might find these free online resources useful to explore psychology further.

You could listen to the PsychCrunch podcast. (https://digest.bps.org.uk/podcast/). PsychCrunch is the podcast from the British Psychological Society’s Research Digest. In each episode they explore whether the findings from psychological science can make a difference in real life. They speak to psychologists about their research and whether they apply what they’ve discovered in their own lives.

The British Psychological Society website is also a really great resource to learn more about the subject. (www.bps.org.uk),

You might also find it beneficial to use the 'Introduction to Psychology Mastery' App by gWhiz. It can be downloaded via Google Play or from the App Store. The free version will give you access to practise questions and give some basic metrics on your progress.

I hope this helps

Pippa

Course Enquiries Team
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I really like Jodan Peterson's books, you can read his 12 rules. But it's best to start chronologically from ancient times, read the works of the classics of psychology and psychotherapy.
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