Dictionary of Psychology
+ Entries focus on the technical meaning, how the term is employed, its wider connotations and the use and abuse of individual terms in the past
+ In addition, there is extensive coverage of nearly 200 terms, listed at the front, whose definition or manner of usage is particularly complex
The result is a volume of enormous interest, aimed at the broadest possible audience.
'Written in simple and straightforward language and refreshingly free from pretentious jargon ... The dictionary is as much a joy to dip into as to use. It is far and wide the best reference work of its kind' - Paul Edwards, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, City University of New York
'The best dictionary of psychology since Warren's 1934 volume ... of extraordinary value' - Bulletin of the British Psychological Society
'Reber brings humour and common sense to defining some 17,000 terms ... deserves to become a classic of its kind' - The Times Educational Supplement