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Posted February 15, 2009
Put quite simply, this is the worst book I have ever had the painful experience of enduring. <BR/><BR/>This book, while grammatically correct, has the worst sentence structure and syntax I have ever seen. Meant to be a book to teach and instruct, it turns out to be a book that is infuriating, frustrating, and irritating. The author does an absolutely abysmal job of conveying meanings and interpretations of the original psychologists. He convolutes, overstates, and ruins any useful ideas by turning them into his own pompous and over written babbling. <BR/>I truly believe that this author was far more concerned with spouting his terrible ideas and awful language than he ever was about teaching anything. I am quite sure that this self-important, arrogant professor brags constantly at dinner parties about his book deal, and how he was published. Likely, all the while, oblivious to the fact that he has done a serious disservice to society and students with the monstrosity of convolute garbage. <BR/>Throughout the period I had to read this book, I found myself yearning for a even a 5 minute break to return to organic chemistry text. I would, quite literally, rather press tacks into my skin than read this abomination. I know I not alone in these feelings either, having found similar viewpoints from all of my fellow classmates. <BR/> <BR/>Do anything and everything you can to avoid this abomination.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.