Eysenck and Keane have managed to adress all important aspects of the vast field of cognitive psychology in this textbook. It is divided into 16 chapters, each introducing a different aspect (such as object and face recognition, or attention and performance, etc.), summarizing and discussing evidence for prevailing theories, and eventually evaluating the topic. Many figures, pictures, and boxes with key terms help to quickly understand the main issues of each chapter. Being a psychology student, I found it quite useful for exam preparation and recommend this book to everyone interested in cognitive psychology.