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Psychology Student Survival Guide

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Psychology Student Survival Guide
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Publisher: all-about-psychology.com
Number of pages: 83

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Based on the author's experiences as a student and then a lecturer in psychology he put together a survival guide for psychology students. The primary aim of the Psychology Student Survival Guide is to provide an easy to use online reference tool that people can use to quickly locate the information they require.

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