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November
What Is Psychology? - Ellen E. Pastorino, Susann M Doyle-PortilloEllen Pastorino and Susann Doyle-Portillo are dedicated, award-winning psychology professors with an infectious enthusiasm for teaching psychology. Praised in previous editions for fostering students' curiosity, What is Psychology? Third Edition, extends the authors' successful and engaging approach to teaching the introductory psychology course. The authors have found that when students are curious they are motivated to explore and truly learn how psychological concepts are connected. This book unlocks readers' curiosity by capturing their interest and then helping them see connections between
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November
Database Systems: A Practical Approach to Design, Implementation and Management - Thomas M. Connolly, Carolyn BeggThis book places a strong emphasis on good design practice, allowing readers to master design methodology in an accessible, step-by-step fashion. In this book, database design methodology is explicitly divided into three phases: conceptual, logical, and physical. Each phase is described in a separate chapter with an example of the methodology working in practice. Extensive treatment of the Web as an emerging platform for database applications is covered alongside many code samples for accessing databases from the Web including JDBC, SQLJ, ASP, ISP, and Oracle's PSP. A thorough update of later
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November
Macroeconomic Essentials: Understanding Economics in the News - Peter E. KennedyThis introductory text offers an alternative to the encyclopedic, technically oriented approach taken by traditional textbooks on macroeconomic principles. Concise and nontechnical but rigorous, its goal is not to teach students to shift curves on diagrams but to help them understand fundamental macroeconomic concepts and their real-world applications. It accomplishes this by providing a clear exposition of introductory macroeconomic theory along with more than 700 one- or two-sentence "news clips" of economics media coverage that serve as illustrations of the concepts discussed. Although the
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November
Software Testing - Ron PattonSoftware Testing Provides insight into the world of software testing and quality assurance. This book helps you find problems in any computer program, how to plan an effective test approach and how to tell when software is ready for release. It includes a chapter which deals with testing software for security bugs, the processes. Full description
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November
The Spiritual Life of Children - Robert ColesIn this eighth and final volume in his Pulitzer Prize­winning Children of Crisis series, Coles examines the religious and spiritual lives of children. By using children's own words and pictures, Coles presents their deepest feelings.
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November
Introduction to Radar Systems - Merrill I. Skolnik-- Bringing readers up-to-date on recent strides in improving and understanding radar, this full-scale revision reflects the continual development of radar system technology and practice -- Gives engineers added and updated coverage of crucial, make-or-break topics such as digital technology, automatic detection and tracking, Doppler technology, airborne radar, target recognition, and more -- Now includes valuable chapter-ending problems and/or questions to assist in self-study by practicing engineers
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November
Because of Winn-Dixie - Kate DiCamillo, Chris ShebanKate DiCamillo’s beloved, best-selling debut novel is now available in a paperback digest edition. Kate DiCamillo’s first published novel, like Winn-Dixie himself, immediately proved to be a keeper — a New York Times bestseller, a Newbery Honor winner, the inspiration for a popular film, and most especially, a cherished classic that touches the hearts of readers of all ages. It’s now available in a paperback digest format certain to bring this tale’s magic to an even wider circle of fans. The summer Opal and her father, the preacher, move to Naomi, Florida, Opal goes into the Winn-Dixie
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November
Introduction to Computing with Pascal - Norman L. BiggsThis book is an introduction to computing in general, and the Pascal language in particular. It is suitable for anyone who has studied mathematics up to the age of 16 or thereabouts. A simple model of computing is used to describe the meaning of a programming language, and this framework is used to develop Pascal from the simplest constructions through to recursion and pointers. Programming methodology is treated from a structured, but informal, viewpoint, and the modular approach is stressed throughout. In parallel with the development of Pascal, the book introduces topics of general interest
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November
The Cambridge Ancient History, Vol 3, Part 1: The Prehistory of the Balkans, the Middle East & the Aegean World, 10-8th centuries BC - John Boardman, I.E.S. Edwards, Nicholas Geoffrey Lemprière Hammond, E. SollbergerVolume III of Cambridge Ancient History series examines Greece, the Balkans, and the Near and Far East between the tenth and eight centuries B.C. The original edition was included within one book, however, due to the greatly expanded research over the past half century, the volume is now divided into three books. Volume III Part 1 opens with a survey of the Balkans north of Greece in the Prehistoric period. This is the first time such a survey has been published of this area, which besides its intrinsic interest, is important for its influence on the cultures of the Aegean and Anatolia. The
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November
Constructing the American Past, Volume II - Elliot J. Gorn, Terry D. Bilhartz, Randy W. RobertsThis popular collection consists of a variety of primary sources, all grouped around central themes in American history since 1865. Each chapter in this book focuses on a particular problem in American history since 1865, such as American involvement in the Vietnam War, providing the reader with several points of view from which to examine the historical evidence. For anyone interested in American history since 1865.