1. Introduction 2. History of Psychology 3. Methods of Investigation; Part 1: Biological Approach 4. Biological Bases of Behaviour 5. Stress 6. Emotion 7. Aggression; Part 2: Developmental Approach 8. Cognitive Development 9. Language Development 10. Moral Development 11. Sex and Gender; Part 3: Social Approach 12. Attachment and Deprivation 13. Prejudice and Discrimination 14. Prosocial Behaviour 15. Social Influence 16. Social Perception and Attraction; Part 4: Individual Differences 17. Intelligence 18. Personality 19. Self-concept 20. Approaches to Abnormal Psychology 21. Abnormal Psychology: Therapeutic Approaches; Part 5: Cognitive Approach 22. Visual Prception 23. Memory 24. Problem Solving, Expertise, and Creativity; Part 6: Effective Learning 25. Effective Studying and Learning
Michael W. Eysenck is one of the best-known psychologists in Europe. He is Professor Emeritus in the psychology department at Royal Holloway University of London, UK, and Professor Emeritus at the University of Roehampton, UK. He is especially interested in cognitive psychology (about which he has written several books) and most of his research focuses on the role of cognitive factors in anxiety within normal and clinical populations.