One university undergraduate slags off three professors - one professor of psychology who was a pioneer in the study of how babies think and learn, one a professor specialising in mental development in infants, and one a professor specialising in the study of speech and language development.
But that isn't why I find this review uncredible.
The reviewer refers to "my university lecturer", aparently unaware that undergraduates normally attend multiple lectures per week given by different lecturers.
"Psychology Student" asserts that "researchers/their works are referenced generally by chapter at the back of the book". Which is simply not true.
There are, in fact, 11 (eleven) pages of references, most of them to multiple sources, listed by page number and the specific point in the text that they relate to.
These in turn point to some 37 pages of specific references listed by author(s), date, title, etc., of relevant books and articles.
Maybe "Psychology Student" could actually learn something by asking his/her lecturer WHY this book was recommended, instead of making unhelpful and inaccurate comments such as these.