Good lecturer, it's almost as if he knows he's being recorded for replay in audio only format.
I presume a "book" would have been a transcription of these lectures. This is a good lecture, I don't imagine the book version, a transcription, would be better. Transcripts are never better than a good lecture just as movies aren't as good as the original book.
probably not. I can't watch a movie while walking.
I completely disagree with this disclaimer in the product description: "Please note that this recording may include references to supplemental texts or print references that are not essential to the program and not supplied with your purchase". I don't expect the books he says are in the bibliography but I do expect to not have to stop and write down the book title and instead refer to the bibliography. To not even include a bibliography saves nobody anything but causes intense dissatisfaction on the part of me, the consumer. I don't want to listen to an entire lecture just to get the name of the book he mentioned somewhere in the last 50 minutes of walking. The bibliography is essential. If I wanted only the audio content I'd go look for the torrent (why should I not look there for my next book? the service is equivalent).
This book is one of a very small set I will probably listen to again.
each diagnosis was, ultimately, quite common. The lecturer gives as much information on how the patient interview is conducted and how a diagnosis is relayed to the patient as about the actual diagnosis.
Well he does sound like he's teaching a class which I presume wouldn't translate particularly well to print (it sounds like native audible content - usually this is the best kind of audible content).
The final chapter relates to family members.
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