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by S Nolen-Hoeksema

Download Abnormal Psychology epub
ISBN: 0070136297
ISBN13: 978-0070136298
Category: Fitness
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Author: S Nolen-Hoeksema
Language: English
Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 8th Packag edition (1998)
ePUB size: 1155 kb
FB2 size: 1511 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 681
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Book takes Freud’s id, ego, and superego too seriously and uses the field of psychodynamics when they really mean environmental influences. They occasionally state contradictory information as well. Would not recommend this textbook.
Freaky Hook
Thought I was buying the 6th edition which is what my class was using. This was the 5th, guess I misread.
There was a tremendous amount of information in this text and yet it was beautifully presented. I thought the use of stories, charts, graphs, etc., helped to make what could have been an overwhelming amount of information flow logically and make sense while reading it. I used this text for a grad level course in a mental health program. I wish more of my texts were this useful; definitely a keeper.
The Rollers of Vildar
What can I say about a college text book. I needed the book for a class so I bought it. The one good thing that I do have to say is that I bought it on Amazon for about half the price of the college bookstore, than I sold it back to Amazon after I finished the class for more than the school bookstore was willing to pay, but this one I'm going to keep
As described.
Amazingly thorough and very easy to read considering the density of the topics covered!
I bought this book for an upper-level psychology class but we didn't use the book all that much. I don't think this book is in-depth enough to use for most upper-level psychology courses so we primarily learned from other materials. I also did my own research on the internet for certain topics.

However, I still enjoyed reading the book and I thought it was easy to read and understand. There was a lot of interesting information. I liked that the book was cited because I could look up the specific articles to gain a better understanding of the material myself.