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Higher Group Theory By H. Smith
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From the cover: "Higher Group Theory will be accessible to anyone familiar with microlocal operator theory and non-commutative mechanics. The prize-winning author's comprehensive writing makes... More > this monograph ideal for self-study by beginning high school students. A lucid discussion of contra-embedded numbers is reserved to later chapters. In the middle chapters, the focus shifts to questions of separability..." Net proceeds of US$5.00 per copy sold will be donated to the American Mathematical Society.< Less
The Group Focal Conflict Theory Revisited By Tom J. C. Berk
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A monograph about the Group Focal Conflict Theory of Whitaker and Lieberman. Describes an still actual group therapy method that integrates psycho dynamic and group dynamic approaches in group... More > therapy. Detailed description of the functioning of therapy groups and the role of group therapists.< Less
Abstract Musical Intervals: Group Theory for Composition and Analysis By Ming Tsao
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This book is an introduction to GIS (Generalized Interval Systems) theory that includes the major results of pitch-class theory. It provides mathematicians with applications of group theory to music... More > and music theorists with the essential connections between GIS theory and pitch-class theory. Many of the results in pitch-class theory are not addressed by David Lewin (such as power functions or the Common Tone Theorem for inversions). The book states those results and generalizes them to conform with GIS theory. Finally, it addresses recent criticisms leveled at pitch-class theory and suggests how they can be addressed in GIS theory.< Less
Cell Theory By Frank R. Anguiano
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A wild ride set off by a life changing chain of events. A group of delinquent friends set out to make things right again, discovering what is really important in their lives and defining for... More > themselves, the secret to life.< Less
Cell Theory By Frank R. Anguiano
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A wild ride set off by a life changing chain of events. A group of delinquent friends set out to make things right again, discovering what is really important in their lives and defining for... More > themselves, the secret to life.< Less
Theory Conspiracy By Kaila Lawrence et al.
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The seven essays in this volume, composed for a seminar in political theory at Endicott College in fall, 2011, each wrestle with the dialectic of the theory and practice of politics. They are grouped... More > roughly according to the region of their case study, but each in its own way traces a similar thesis, testing and revealing the contradictions of the universalist claims of liberalism.< Less
Graph Theory By K Kangas
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It is well known that every random variable is right-analytically smooth. Is it possible to compute graphs? Thus recent interest in additive, essentially Euclidean, Hausdorff groups has centered on... More > describing quasi-multiply D´escartes matrices. The goal of the present section is to classify reversible morphisms. Unfortunately, we cannot assume that every integrable scalar is universally affine. Recent developments in logic have raised the question of whether Z is not homeomorphic to j. In "Quantum Arithmetic with Applications to Linear Logic", the authors address the separability of meager, real paths under the additional assumption that there exists a pseudo-minimal contra-pairwise elliptic, anti-maximal topos. A useful survey of the subject can be found in the same book.< Less
Generators & Relations for Space Groups By Eric Lord
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A handy reference work: a tabulation that lists a minimal set of generators for each of the 230 crystallographic space groups, and the algebraic relations satisfied them. Also given, for each group,... More > is a very simple figure indicating how the chosen generators are related to an "asymmetric unit".< Less
Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego By Sigmund Freud
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In Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego, (1922), Sigmund Freud based his preliminary description of group psychology on Le Bon's work, but went on to develop his own, original theory, related... More > to what he had begun to elaborate in Totem and Taboo. Theodor Adorno reprised Freud's essay in 1951 with his Freudian Theory and the Pattern of Fascist Propaganda, and said that "It is not an overstatement if we say that Freud, though he was hardly interested in the political phase of the problem, clearly foresaw the rise and nature of fascist mass movements in purely psychological categories. Group Dynamics refers to a system of behaviors and psychological processes occurring within a social group (intragroup dynamics), or between social groups (intergroup dynamics). The study of group dynamics can be useful in understanding decision-making behavior, tracking the spread of diseases in society, creating effective therapy techniques, and following the emergence and popularity of new ideas and technologies..< Less
Lectures on the Reflexive Games Theory By Vladimir Lefebvre
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This book describes an innovative approach to reflexive game theory. The applications of this theory include predicting and influencing choices made by individual subjects belonging to groups that... More > have their own collective goals and interests. The correlation between a subject's individual interests and those of the group is informed by the anti-selfishness principle: a subject belonging to a group, in pursuing his or her own interests, may not cause harm to the interests of the group as a whole. This principle is as foundational to reflexive game theory as the principle of guaranteed results in classical game theory.< Less