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Why I Am The Way I Am By Nicki Mann
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"You're just lazy!" "If I can do it, why can't you?" "You're just making excuses!" "What's the matter with you?" If you have a friend or family member with... More > ADHD, the chances are that you may have heard yourself saying things like these. But ADHD is a real disorder, that causes real problems for the people who have it. This book is an explanation of ADHD, by someone who has it. This book is for friends and family members of people with ADHD, who want to better understand what ADHD is and how it feels to have it.< Less
Multivariate Statistical Analysis: Old School 2 By John Marden
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A thorough introduction to multivariate statistical analysis, covering the multivariate normal distribution, linear models (MANOVA, GMANOVA, multivariate regression, growth curves), covariance models... More > (factor analysis, invariant normal models, independence and conditional independence), classification, clustering, principal components, canonical correlations, and multidimensional scaling. The approach is old school, i.e., mathematically rigorous, although presented in such a way that the reader can learn the basic methodology while delving into the justification as much or as little as desired.< Less
Addiction Factors within Obesity By Laura A. Linebarger
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Dissertation on the comorbid factors that occur with obesity. Treatment recommendations for clinicians working with obese and morbidly obese clients.
Volley2... Topic 15 By William / Mohammed Hale / Omar
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In this log the relationship between Ramadan and Energy and Eide and mass is explored.
A New Paradigm: Design by TEAMS By Andi Bowe
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A short journey through the 20th Century, using the work of Dr. Fred B. Wood, one of the Fathers of General Systems Theory, who invented fractals and modern radar applications.
A Healer's Voice By Jaentra Gardener
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I tell you stories about people who allowed me to help them heal their body, mind and heart. These stories are heartwarming, true, and exciting to believe. I am proud to share them. The decision to... More > give or receive healing touch is a decision to participate in life. I choose to participate fully.< Less
HIT Terms Made Easy By J. Burton Browning
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A short text book to help you learn the abbreviations important to the HIT Health Information Technology field.
Trying to understand the Universe. From the Big-Bang to the Brain. By Bruce Hoeneisen
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This popular science book is about questions and the search for answers. Where do we come from and why? Where are we going to and when? What is the Universe made of? What makes the world tick? Why... More > does time advance? Is the quantum world understandable? Can we comprehend relativity, curved space-time and black holes? How did the first living cell form? What is the code of DNA? How do species evolve? Why did nature invent sexual reproduction? Why did one species take-off and develop culturally far more than any other? What are the limits of sustainability of planet Earth? How is the brain programmed? How does consciousness emerge, or why do we awaken? Why are we not automata? Why?< Less
MODERN CHROMATOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES By Dr. Bhavin Dhaduk & Dr. Khushal Kapadiya
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This book contains a general overview of all modern chromatographic techniques, that's may be useful for science society for bachelors as well as masters students.
Obstetric evidence based guidelines By Vincenzo Berghella MD FACOG
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To me, pregnancy has always been the most fascinating and exciting area of interest, as care involves not one, but at least two persons – the mother and the fetus – and leads to... More > the miracle of a new life. I was a third-year medical student, when, during a lecture, a resident said: ‘I went into obstetrics because this is the easiest medical field. Pregnancy is a physiology process, and there isn’t much to know. It’s simple’. I knew from my ‘classic’ background that ‘obstetrics’ means to ‘stand by, stay near’, and that indeed pregnancy used to receive no medical support at all.< Less