Written by Matt Jarvis, Julia Russell and Dawn Collis, the Angles approach builds students' understanding and helps them to become well-rounded critical thinkers and competent researchers, vital vital for the specification, which has a big emphasis on research methods and real psychological thinking.
"This is an absolutely wonderful textbook for psychology students of all levels... well recommended." - ATP Journal
"This is a very worthwhile companion to any busy teacher and definitely recommended even if you are not using the textbook as a companion." - ATP Journal
"These well-structured textbooks have lots of colourful illustrations making them very attractive and appealing... the examination advice section, written by experienced examiners, is invaluable to both teachers and students. It gives students great revision tips and practical advice about how to approach exam questions. For teachers the specimen answers give clear guidance about the level of detail needed to access marks and make deciphering mark schemes simple." - Deb
Gajic, Head of Social Science & Chair of the ATP Great Psychology Study Book
"The recent research and teaching ideas and the explore boxes are great for extending learning and being creative with planning." - Emma Shakespeare, Head of Social Science at McAuley Catholic High School, Doncaster
"This book presents a lot of information in a format that is easy to digest. A valuable resource for psychology students and teachers as it does provide examination advice and guidance. Well worth the money." - 5 Star TES reviewer
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