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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good but repetitive, 22 Jun. 2005
This review is from: Emotions Revealed: Understanding Faces and Feelings (Hardcover)
An interesting addition to the growing modern catalogue of work on the emotions. An interesting and thorough book but perhaps a little repetitive. It feels as though it could have been done in half the pages but then he couldn't have warranted his hardback.
The use of pictures though is an important addition to emotion research, and helps to illustrate the idea of evolutionary, homologous, instincts.
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Initial post: 14 Jun 2009 04:40:06 BDT
Christo says:
I find it rather interesting to see that you think this book is repetitive. You've posted the exact same thing on Ekmans other books as well. Don't misunderstand me, I thoroughly appreciate other readers comments. Comments are without a doubt, something which may decide if i buy a book or not. I just love the irony :).

As it seems like you've read quite a lot of books on this subject, are there any books out there you would recommend in particular?

Thanks for contributing.

Chris

Posted on 26 Jun 2010 10:34:46 BDT
timbogray says:
Before I started studying NLP I also thought books being repetitive was odd, Many books are indeed repetitive, but there is a reason; it helps the unconscious brain to learn much more - through submersion. If the same point is put across in different words and patterns, we learn much more effectively.
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