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The Development Of Social Engagement Neurobiological Perspectives Peter J Marshall Nathan A Fox

The Development of Social Engagement, edited by Peter J. Marshall and Nathan A. Fox, brings together some of the latest research on social engagement processes across a range of life stages and species. The opening chapters provide overviews of cutting-edge research on social

How Is Your Brain Like A Zebra Judith L Lauter

Intended for the general reader as well as specialists, this book presents a fascinating new theory that posits three major brain types created by sex hormones before birth-Polytropic, Middle, and Focal. A brief scientific background is given first, and then the theory is

Shishapangma Doug Scott Alex Macintyre

In 1982, following the relaxation of access restrictions to Tibet, six climbers set off for the Himalaya to explore the little-known Shishapangma massif in Tibet. Dealing with a chaotic build-up and bureaucratic obstacles so huge they verged on comical, the mountaineers gained access

A Walk In The Park Guide About Parkinson 39 S Disease Dexter Neil Cunanan Rn Bsn Mn Mary Joy Cunanan Rmt Bmls

This eBook is an easy-to-understand guide about Parkinson's Disease. It is a short but nonetheless comprehensive guide about the disease, its diagnosis, management, and treatment.

Chemistry And Compassion Pauline Brody

Amy Le Vesconte was born at the end of the nineteenth century but exemplified the modern teacher and woman scientist of the twenty-first century. She earned her PhD in chemistry in 1931 and devoted the next four decades to teaching chemistry to young

Arcticness Ilan Kelman

Climate change and globalisation are opening up the Arctic for exploitation by the world – or so we are told. But what about the views, interests and needs of the peoples who live in the region? This volume explores the opportunities and limitations

On The Edge Of The Ozarks Kristen Kloss Ulsperger Jason S Ulsperger Kayla Osborne

On the Edge of the Ozarks details the lives of 15 elderly people who live in the Arkansas River Valley. Beginning with commentary on how we all age and why we should never ignore the stories of elders, it subsequently dives into vivid

Planets Mark R Chartrand Ron Miller

This eBook is best viewed on a color device.

Ten Billion Tomorrows Brian Clegg

Science fiction is a vital part of popular culture, influencing the way we all look at the world. TV shows like Star Trek and movies from Forbidden Planet to Inception have influenced scientists to enter the profession and have shaped our futures. Science

Bloomsbury Scientists Michael Boulter

Bloomsbury Scientists is the story of the network of scientists and artists living in a square mile of London before and after the First World War. This inspired group of men and women viewed creativity and freedom as the driving force behind nature, and

The Amazing Crawfish Boat John Laudun

In any given year, the Louisiana crawfish harvest tops 50,000 tons. The Amazing Crawfish Boat chronicles the development of an amphibious boat that transformed the Louisiana prairies into alternating fields of aquaculture and agriculture. In seeking to understand how such a machine came

The Right To The City Social Justice And The Fight For Public Space Don Mitchell

Includes a 2014 Postscript addressing Occupy Wall Street and other developments. Efforts to secure the American city have life-or-death implications, yet demands for heightened surveillance and security throw into sharp relief timeless questions about the nature of public space, how it is to

Studies On Darwinism Genetics Giovanni Lo Presti

The structure that supports the Universe is the Unicum: a unique phenomenon that reveals itself only once and in different forms, codified in the four Fundamental Laws of Nature, among which electromagnetism is the most meaningful expression for the living and the most

Experiments With Alternate Currents Of High Potential And High Frequency Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla was a genius who revolutionized how the world looks at electricity.

Applications Of Model Theory To Functional Analysis Jose Iovino

During the last two decades, methods that originated within mathematical logic have exhibited powerful applications to Banach space theory, particularly set theory and model theory. This volume constitutes the first self-contained introduction to techniques of model theory in Banach space theory. The area

Planet Heart How An Unhealthy Environment Leads To Heart Disease Fran Ois Reeves

We’ve all heard the risk factors for cardiovascular disease: high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, smoking, stress, and a sedentary lifestyle. But what about our environment? Despite almost 500 recent studies that show the links between air and water quality, biodiversity, and heart

Secret Of Electricity Amin Elsersawi

Dr. Elsersawi, a pioneer in the filed of electricity and its effect in living things, challenges the traditional mechanistic in our thinking about the living inner process of magnetism. He found clues to the interaction between electromagnetic field and the human body. Like

On Sympathetic Grounds Naomi Greyser

With its filigreed, formidable representations of tears and suffering, sentimentalism has remained a divisive genre and category of analysis. On Sympathetic Grounds offers a new interpretation of the sentimental by mapping its grounds in North America. During sweeping transformations of territory, land stewardship,

Handbook Of Integrated And Sustainable Buildings Equipment And Systems Volume I Energy Systems Jorge E Gonzalez Moncef Krarti

This Handbook is a direct result of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) initiative on Integrated/Sustainable Building Equipment and Systems (ISBES), with the objective of ?lling voids in the literature and motivating advances on integrated mechanical systems for sustainable buildings. The main

Formamente N 3 4 2015 Aa Vv Alessandra Briganti

RESEARCH – RICERCA A technological enhanced self-assessment activity to reduce university drop-out Matteo Martini, Fabrizio Fontana Globalization, crisis and financial instability: the role of confidence Michele Petrocelli APPLICATIONS – APPLICAZIONI Advanced inter-organizational collaboration for knowledge transfer in educational systems Christian-Andreas Schumann Competitive strategies