4 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Bad even for a textbook,
This review is from: Personality, Individual Differences and Intelligence (Paperback)
Yes, this textbook has useful facts, but it is SO repetitive it could easily be half as long.
There will be an entire chapter devoted to a topic and then in the next chapter a three page section will begin "As you read in the previous chapter, " and continue to restate, taking three pages, the chapter you've just finished reading.
If you have to read this book for class, I am very sorry for you. Depending on how much detail you need, you may be better off just skipping to the summary at the end of each section and taking notes in class.