Psychology Student Guide


David Webb BSc (Hons), MSc



Psychology Student Guide


New for 2020 the revised and updated PDF version of the International #1 Best Seller! Psychology Student Guide draws on the author's experience as both a student and teacher of psychology.  


Guide Highlights:


  • Priced super low with students in mind.

  • Contains an invaluable collection of outstanding resources.

  • Provides information on every type of psychology you can think of.

  • Includes detailed guidance notes to help you with your psychology project.

  • Gives you access to free peer reviewed journal articles.

  • Shows you why research methods and statistics should be embraced, not feared.

  • Tells you all you need to know about the study and practice of psychology.

  • Lets you explore the less serious side of psychology.

  • Invites you to connect with thousands of psychology students online.

"This guide is simply amazing. I am a junior in high school considering psychology as a career and this guide truly informed me. Great work!" (Danielle, United States)



Psychology Student Guide 2020




About The Author





David Webb has a first class honors degree in psychology and a Masters in Occupational Psychology. A former University lecturer and bestselling author, his published work includes, 'The Incredibly Interesting Psychology Book' and 'On This Day in Psychology: A Showcase of Great Pioneers and Defining Moments'.


A passionate promoter of psychology through social media, over 890,000 people follow his Psychology Facebook Page and he is featured on the British Psychological Society list of the 100 most followed psychologists and neuroscientists on Twitter.


"David Webb is a rare bird indeed. He has a deep understanding of human behavior and psychological science, and he is also a keen translator who values plain language and wit". (Wray Herbert, columnist for Newsweek, Scientific American Mind, The Huffington Post and former editor-in-chief of Psychology Today).



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