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Author: Donn Byrne,Robert A. Baron
ISBN: 0205126022
Language: English
Pages: 650 pages
Category: Psychology & Counseling
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon; 6th edition (November 1991)
Rating: 4.5
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Baron, Robert A; Byrne, Donn Erwin. Boston : Allyn and Bacon.

Baron, Robert A; Byrne, Donn Erwin.

This book arrived on time and was very helpful for studying for my Social Psychology Exam.

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Comments (7)
Andriodtargeted
Pros: Very comprehensive in subject matter, good grouping of information, gives definition of key words at side of each page, contains summaries at the end of each chapter

Cons: Not visually appealing (only black and blue ink used, even in pictures), The sections are long and drawn out, no chapter review questions are given to test proficiency.

Overall, I thought I must have recieved an old textbook due to the lack of visual stimulation which helps me absorb the information. But I do have the most recent copy. I wonder why they would cut corners in this regard even though the book sells for as much as other books that make reading easier by providing a more pleasant visual experience.

But it is a college level book, so I can't complain too much. The quality of information is good.
Vertokini
Social Psychology by Robert S. Feldman is the prescribed textbook for my course. It's a good text with good, concise information. The anecdotes and experiments are very relevant and it is very easy to understand. But it took me a while to warm up to this text. I prefer using this along with another textbook like Baron's Social Psychology.
Zorve
Quick delivery and at an affordable price leaving the competition behind.
Mr_Mix
All material is clearly laid out in a sequence that makes sense. Its got your key terms defined in the margins, great for those of you who don't like to really read. Lots of examples, easy to understand
Cherry The Countess
Great information but kind of a difficult read. Using it for a college course so it is a required text.
Kefrannan
This book is pointless. Common sense will do you better than this crap.
Coirad
Great
Good textbook