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Psychological books/ books on psychology
Could you kindly let me know the difference between these two terms?
Do they mean the same?
Thanks a bunch.
Re: Psychological books/ books on psychology
We'd generally call them Psychology books if they're about psychology.
Originally Posted by moonlike
If a novel has a lot of psychological detail, one could call it a very psychological book, even though it's not a psychology book.
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