Can you condition a dog to behave in a certain way? Do our thoughts really control our actions?
This eye-opening book looks at how experimental psychology has had such an impact on the way we understand human thoughts and behaviour.
It offers clear and concise explanations of Pavlov's salivating dogs, Milgram's obedience studies and Zimbardo's classic Stanford prison experiment. It talks about each case's context procedure and results and how they made a major impact on the way we think about the world.