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Good book from scientific point of view. Practice not as promised much more theory. Too much repetition and few practice in 500 pages. Hard to read. Very few graphics and too much writing Rigid. No recommended from this point of view. This book deserves much more explanation by schemes and graphics
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2020
This is a book that takes time to review. But given that time, every moment spent reading it will be a worthwhile endeavor in understanding everything from human development, to how to harness the best version of oneself. As a textbook, this book contains thousands of peer reviewed references and makes the material highly digestible. I strongly urge people to take the time and review and judge it for yourself!
You will not be disappointed, you may just need a Highlighter!
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2020
This is the best psychology book I have ever read and I have read many. I had to read a chapter or two at a time and take time to process. I gave a copy to a friend who is a new therapist. Wish I had it early in my career.
The book itself is great. However, students using this Kindle version for school will have difficulty because each chapter begins on a page number (the right one) and does not change the page number throughout the course of the book. The whole introduction shows page 1, Chapter 1 shows page 25 or something. So irritating for citing material from the book.