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Psychology resources for all Middletown psychology classes.
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Psychology Topics

These psychology topics make excellent research assignment topics.

Click the links to see books in the library. The word "subject" indicates you will get a list of subjects that will link to the books for that subject.

Psychology 101

Psychology 102


Psychology Books

Use these books to select a research topic or to start your research.

Psychology and Life - Philip Zimbardo and Richard Gerrig
Call Number: Middletown FOLIO 150 Z65p 2002
ISBN: 020533511X
This classic book is built around the central theme of presenting psychology as a science and applying that science to our daily lives. For Intro Psychology students, or anyone with an interest in the subject.

The Oxford Companion to the Mind - Edited by Richard Gregory
Call Number: Middletown READY REF 128.2 G862o 2004
ISBN: 0198662246
This dictionary is an excellent way of learning what information is there about your topic. It is on the first floor of the library in the book shelves by the information commons.

DSM-IV-TR Mental Disorders: Diagnosis, Etiology, and Treatment - Edited by Michael First and Allan Tasman
Call Number: Middletown READY REF 616.89 Am35d 2004
ISBN: 0470860898
The definitive and comprehensive book contains information about how to make the psychiatric diagnosis and the etiology and pathophysiology of disorders, as well as an in-depth discussion of the range of treatments that are appropriate for each disorder.

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