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Children's development

Advantages: Excellent Information
Disadvantages: No Explanations

As part of my course in Speech and Language Sciences, I have to carry out a child study. I have to observe a normally developing pre-school child and in order to do this successfully I have to know what is considered to be 'normal'. We have learned about ...

bluejules 02.02.2008 · Read full review
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Review of From Birth to Five Years (Children's Developmental Progress) - Mary D Sheridan, Marion Frost

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A Mind in Torment

Advantages: Much information about mental illness
Disadvantages: Painful to read at times

(Various editions at various prices on amazon). If you visit the Psychology section of any large bookshop or library you will notice that there seem to be three main groups of books : the textbooks, self-help manuals and personal accounts of mental illne ...

Schmutzie 16.03.2003 · Read full review
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Review of Breakdown - Stuart Sutherland

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Another great wisdom source from Robin Sharma

Advantages: Interesting, has a lot of good and useful advices, teaches how to take things more optimistically
Disadvantages: Some ideas in this book seemed a little bit naive to me.

Those, who enjoyed " The monk, who sold his Ferrari", will definitely like this one too. It is another great book from Sharma, talking about ways to reach spiritual balance and happiness in our lives. Differently from earlier mentioned book, in this on ...

archibald123 07.12.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Who Will Cry When You Die? - Robin S. Sharma

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