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On Sale: December 28, 2010
Pages: 450 | ISBN: 978-0-375-42801-2
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Portable and easy to use, the Princeton Review’s Essential AP Psychology flashcards bring you important terms and helpful explanations to help turbo-charge your AP test prep. With information naturally broken into bite-sized chunks, our flashcards make it easy to study anytime and anywhere.

Essential AP Psychology includes 450 flashcards with need-to-know terms for key AP Psychology subject areas, covering topics such as:

· biological bases of behavior
· cognition
· motivation and emotion
· developmental psychology
· personality
· abnormal psychology
· social psychology
· and more

Use the color-coded scale on the sides of the box to help measure your progress by keeping track of how many cards you’ve studied so far, which terms you’ve mastered, and which you still need to review.

Studying for the AP Psychology Exam doesn’t have to be painful—the Princeton Review’s Essential AP Biology flashcards will make it a breeze!

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