When I wrote the first edition of this book in 1984, the field of Study Skills and Study Aids was a rapidly expanding one. It is now colossal: a comprehensive bibliography would be the size of this new edition and more. Furthermore, as those who have read my 'Study Aid Tirade' earlier (pp. 92-95) will be aware, I have no desire to send readers in the direction of the many tawdry and frankly damaging publications that abound. Instead I offer a selective bibliography of books I admire, have found helpful and know that students have benefited from.
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Publication information: Book title: Brain Train: Studying for Success. Edition: 2nd. Contributors: Richard Palmer - Author. Publisher: E & FN Spon. Place of publication: London. Publication year: 1996. Page number: 323.
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