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SEN without the stress

Advantages: Good overview
Disadvantages: No account of ADHD

...I am a big fan of the 'how to...' series (these are books looking at a range of special needs, including dyslexia, speech and language difficulties, ADHD and so on). I like the simple language and the practical advice that characterises the books, How to ...

M.Newcastle 02.09.2009 · Read full review
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Review of How to Support and Teach Children with Special Educational Needs - Veronica Birkett

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How To Analyze Fruitcakes

Advantages: Amusing for the wrong reasons
Disadvantages: Obtusely written, no foundations - not forgetting the plethora of discriminations

...©Benedict1921 Author: Elsie Lincoln Benedict (1885 - 1970) - - - To think Benedict believed she was handing man-kind the key to the cabinet of psychological knowledge when she wrote this abstract, one-dimensional book, it only magnifies how far we’ve co ...

1st2thebar 07.05.2014 · Read full review
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Review of How to Analyze People on Sight - Elsie Lincoln Benedict

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Learn how to hypnotize

Advantages: Lots of scripts for therapeutic purposes
Disadvantages: Doesn't explain theory or what hypnosis actually is

...After developing a major interest in psychology, NLP and hypnosis I decided to rent this book from my local library. Though it doesn't really explain what hypnosis actually is or how it works, it does provide some advice and useful information on the way ...

sparksteroyd 23.10.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Hypnosis for Beginners - William Hewitt

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Hypnosis for beginners so far so good

Advantages: easy to read
Disadvantages: didn't learn any thing

...In my opinion, this book "Hypnosis for Beginners" is easy to read, but can not really learn any hypnosis skill from here. May be for the person who are do not know what is "hypnosis" are suittable. From my point of view, self hypnosis are too short in ex ...

mhypnotherapist 13.08.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Hypnosis for Beginners - William Hewitt

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"Children's minds" could change yours

Advantages: Easily accessible, thought provoking, well written
Disadvantages: Well, if you're not interested in children or education, you probably won't be taken

This book by Margaret Donaldson should be compulsory reading for people who work with young children, and, come to that, for parents. It gives not only an easily accessible overview of Piagetian theory of child development, but in the same go demolishes ...

scotrail 20.10.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Children's Minds - Margaret Donaldson

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