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Dr Ben Ambridge with his new book
Senior lecturer in Psychology, Dr Ben Ambridge, has published a new book which provides an insight into the psychological causes of why people do what they do.
Psy-Q: You know your IQ – now test your psychological intelligence contains dozens of inter-active puzzles, tests, puns and visual illusions aimed at guiding readers through the history of research into human emotions and desires including: Do your blue eyes make you more or less trustworthy? Are women really better at multitasking than men?
Dr Ambridge, from the Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, specialises in children’s first language acquisition, in particular children’s overgeneralization errors; as well as writing popular science books.
Watch Dr Ambridge talk about his book and take you through a test
Psy-Q: You know your IQ – now test your psychological intelligence is available to buy now.
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