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Default Link to e-Books Including Work and Forensic Psychology

Some of the recommended e-books along with other useful ones are available for download at this link:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/owmyekso0...hib_r7AHa?dl=0

The books available are as follows:
1. Understanding Psychology by Feldman 10th Ed
2. Psychology by Ciccarelli and White 3rd Ed
3. Psychology, Themes and Variations by Wayne Weiten 9th Ed
4. An Introduction to the History of Psychology by Hergenhahn
5. Theories of Personality by Schultz and Schultz 10th Ed
6. Group Dynamics by Forsyth 5th Ed
7. Developmental Psychology by Shaffer and Kipp 8th Ed
8. Work in the 21st Century, An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology by Landy and Conte
9. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Research and Practice by Paul E. Spector
10. Forensic Psychology, A Very Short Introduction by David Canter
11. Introduction to Forensic and Criminal Psychology by Dennis Howitt

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